Bratislava airport introduces several new flights in its winter schedule

Passengers using the airport in Slovakia’s capital can now fly regularly to Odessa, Alghero, Eindhoven, Moscow and Eilat-Ramon.

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The airport in Bratislava is offering 29 regular flights to 27 destinations within its winter schedule, launched on October 27.

The schedule includes new flights to Odessa, Ukraine; Alghero, Sardinia; and Eindhoven, Netherlands, along with daily flights to Moscow and Eilat-Ramon, Israel, the airport’s spokesperson Veronika Ševčíková reported in a press release.

The schedule will run until March 28, 2020. During this time, almost 4,000 flights are scheduled.

New routes introduced

A new route to Odessa will be operated by Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air twice a week from November 3, on Wednesdays and Sundays.

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Moreover, Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will provide a regular service to Alghero, which in the past was only offered in the summer. The flights will take place twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

The Irish airline will also operate flights to Eindhoven, which were renewed in the summer. They will continue in the winter, operating twice a week.

Ryanair will also offer direct flights to Eilat-Ramon, Israel, which were launched on October 27.

At the same time, Pobeda airlines increased the frequency of its flights to Moscow to seven times a week, following the increased popularity in the destination, Ševčíková added.

Charter flights to exotic destinations continue

The Air Cairo airline will operate flights to Hurghada, Egypt until November.

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Meanwhile, travel agencies have also planned a series of holiday charter flights to Salalah, Oman. As of October 26, they will depart from Bratislava every Saturday.

Travellers hoping to depart for more exotic locations can book flights to African Gambia departing from Bratislava, Ševčíková informed.

As of February 2020, holiday charter flights, operated by Smartwings, will fly to the capital of Banjul once a week, every Friday. Holidaymakers can also choose direct scheduled flights to Dubai, United Arab Emirates with flydubai.

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In addition, it is possible to transfer in Dubai not only to other flydubai routes but also to Emirates flights. The most attractive destinations with departures from Bratislava (transfer in Dubai) include Bangkok, Thailand, the Maldives, Sri Lanka and Zanzibar, according to Ševčíková.

Meanwhile, Ryanair connects Bratislava with four new destinations via transfer in Milan. These include the cities of Porto and Valencia in Spain and the cities of Catania and Cagliari in Italy.​​​​​

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