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Bratislava airport unveils new direct flights in winter schedule

Bratislava, Slovakia – Bratislava Airport released on Sunday its winter schedule and unveiled the new direct flights that will start operating out of the Slovak capital until the end of March.

So, if you’re looking for a change of scenery, here are the new destinations you’ll be able to fly to, on top of Bratislava airport’s other customary routes:

  • Bratislava – Odessa (Ukraine) : operated by Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air twice a week starting on November 3 (Wednesday & Sunday).
  • Bratislava – Alghero (Sardinia, Italy) : operated by Irish airline Ryanair two times a week as well (Tuesday & Saturday), the first time such a route is operated out of Bratislava during the winter months.
  • Bratislava – Eindhoven (Netherlands) : a Ryanair route renewed this summer and prolonged to include direct flights twice a week with the Dutch city of Eindhoven.
  • Bratislava – Israel (Eilat-Ramon airport, south) : these Ryanair-operated flights between the Slovak capital and Israel started operating last week-end.
  • Bratislava – Moscow : Pobeda, Aeroflot’s low-cost subsidiary, has increased the frequency of flights between Slovakia and the Russian capital, one of the most popular winter routes, to seven times a week this year.
  • Bratislava – Hurghada (Egypt) : flights operated by Air Cairo until November.

Some less frequent but more exotic holiday charter flights will also take adventurous passengers to Salalah (Oman), Banjul (Gambia) and Dubai (U.A.E).

Ryanair has also added a handful of connecting flights operated out of Bratislava airport. Passengers will now be able to fly, with a stopover in Milan, to Porto (Portugal), Valencia (Spain), Catania (Italy) and Cagliary (Italy).

Starting on October 27, Bratislava airport’s winter schedule will run until March 28, and include a grand total of 4,000 flights to 27 destinations.

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