Poprad airport wants to join Tatras with Prague but also the Benelux countries

The pandemic reduced traffic through the airport last year.

The Poprad-Tatry aiport is a gate to the High as well as the Low Tatra mountains.The Poprad-Tatry aiport is a gate to the High as well as the Low Tatra mountains. (Source: TASR)

Poprad–Tatry airport, one of the smallest international airports in Slovakia, has ambitions to connect the gate to the High Tatra mountains with the world. It is not only negotiating the resumption of routes halted by the Covid-19 pandemic but also some new ones. It would like to see airplanes flying from the city of Poprad to Bratislava, Prague, Germany, Greece and Croatia.

“We are not only interested in charter flights, but also in flights throughout the season,” Peter Dujava, director of the airport told the SITA newswire.

The airport has already signed a contract for flights to Prague, but the operation of the route will depend on how things develop.

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