Kiev is the third most popular destination at the Bratislava airport

In addition, the airport experienced the strongest April in history.

Bratislava Airport is the eighth best airport in eastern Europe.Bratislava Airport is the eighth best airport in eastern Europe.(Source: M.R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava)

Ukraine's capital, Kiev, has jumped to third place on the list of the most popular destinations at the Bratislava airport.

Bratislava offers flights to two of its airports: Kiev – Boryspil (operated by Irish low-cost airline Ryanair) and Zhuliany (operated by the low-cost airline Wizz Air), the airport wrote in a press release.

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London and Dublin remain the most popular destinations to which passengers fly from Bratislava, according to the data from the first four months of 2019. Another two destinations that made the top five are Moscow and Milano.

The most successful April

Between January and April, a total of 541,884 passengers used Bratislava airport's services.

In addition, this April was the most successful April in the airport's history. In total, 156,234 passengers flew from Bratislava last month.

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