New flights will connect Bratislava and Odessa, Ukraine

The flights will be launched on November 3.

Bratislava airportBratislava airport (Source: M.R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava)

Bratislava airport will offer a third regular flight connection to Ukraine. After Kyiv and Lviv, planes will travel between the Slovak capital and Odessa as of November 3.

The flights will be operated by low-cost airline Wizz Air as part of the 2019/2020 winter schedule, the TASR newswire reported.

The planes will be dispatched twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Apart from Odessa, Wizz Air will offer five more regular flight connections through its winter schedule.

This includes flights to London-Luton, operated five times a week, or seven times a week on Christmas and New Year. There will also be links to Skopje, Macedonia and Sofia, Bulgaria, both operated three times a week, with the exception of Christmas and New Year when it operates four times a week.

Wizz Air will operate regular flights to Kyiv as well, with planes being dispatched four times a week. The flights to Lviv in western Ukraine will be operated three times a week, TASR wrote.

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