The low-cost airline celebrates one year of operations at Bratislava airport.
The Hungarian low-cost airline announced several new flights connecting the Slovak capital with more European cities.
In autumn 2017, new flights to Bologna and Thessaloniki will be added.
The plague of the small airport in western Slovakia continues, it needs a private investor or an intervention by its current shareholders.
The company is adding an afternoon flight operating three times a week.
Most popular destinations from Bratislava in 2016 were London, Dublin and Berlin
A new seasonal charter flight adds to the list of flights focusing on bringing more people to the Tatras.
Ryanair added the most - as many as 20 flights.
A direct air connection between Bratislava and Kiev has been resumed after three years of absence.
The airline will soon operate five regular routes from Bratislava.
The airport will receive a subsidy from the Transport Ministry, but still needs to find a strategic investor.
A large part of the debt is in unpaid salaries and rewards to board members and representatives.
The Piešťany airport, servicing the spa town, is in a bad financial situation.
The number of offered destination increased by five compared with the last winter season.
The passengers on regular flights are up, but those using charter flights drop.
New aeroplane to Bosnia and Herzegovina will fly three times per week.
The airport also saw an increase in handled freight.