The low-cost airliner will connect the Slovak capital with Ukraine’s city of Lviv.
Between August 31 and October 26, flights between the Slovak and Russian capitals will become more frequent – five times a week.
26 percent more passengers passed through M.R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava compared to last year.
The low-cost air carrier will fly from Košice to London Southend starting next April – in time for the ice-hockey World Championship.
After “winning” a connection to Düsseldorf in an online poll, the eastern-Slovak airport will also operate a regular line to Munich.
The German airline will operate its first regular line in Slovakia since October.
BTS processed 19 percent more people compared to the same period last year.
2018 is the second best beginning in the history of Košice airport, its CEO said.
The line from Slovak capital to Dubai, introduced in 2014, will see flights four times a week instead of the current three times.
Two new connections were added as of March 27, while two more will expand the offers from June 2018.
The Košice-Germany route won the popular vote in an intern.et poll among six destinations.
The Bratislava-based airport will offer more flights to the Moscow-Vnukovo airport in the summer 2018 season.
The Hungarian low-cost airline will fly only one route to London from there.
The number of passengers at airports around Europe went up – with the Bratislava airport marking a double-digit growth.
The airport in Vienna, only about 60 kilometres from the Slovak capital, gains 17 new low-cost airliner flights.
The airport in southeast Slovakia calls the year 2017 the most successful in connecting this part of the country with other regions and countries, also thanks to new lines.
The M.R. Štefánik airport in Bratislava transported more than 1.9 million passengers last year but still has more to offer.