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.

Bratislava airportBratislava airport (Source: TASR)

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.

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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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