Slovak Lines buses will not stop in Hainburg anymore

Travellers will go from Einsteinova Street straight to Schwechat.

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Slovak Lines Express buses travelling from Bratislava to Schwechat airport in Austria and the centre of Vienna will not stop in Hainburg and Erdberg in Austria as of June 10.

The buses will go from the Einsteinova stop in Bratislava straight to the highway and stop at Vienna airport. On the other hand, the buses will stop at SNP Bridge from June 10, the TASR newswire reported.

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Those who bought a monthly ticket can ask for a refund of an aliquot amount at the cashiers at the bus station on Bottova Street.

Line 901 commutes between Bratislava (SNP Bridge) and Hainburg.

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