Ryanair to restore Niš - Bratislava service

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Low cost carrier Ryanair will resume operations between Niš and Bratislava after initially terminating the route last year. Flights are scheduled to be restored on November 1 and operate twice per week. The carrier is introducing a new service to nearby Vienna in July, which will run until the end of the summer season in late October. In addition to Vienna, the low cost airline plans to maintain flights from Niš to Malta and Bergamo this summer, while services to Berlin will be restored on October 31.

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  1. Anonymous10:44

    So in summer they will fly from VIE and then in winter they will move the flights to BTS?

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    1. Anonymous11:04

      According to current data - Yes. Although I think VIE will stay during the winter season as well.

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    2. Anonymous13:34

      BTS was the smallest route by pax in 2019 from all Wizz and Ryanair routes

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  2. Anonymous12:48

    there are enough gastos there for both routes to operate

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    1. Anonymous13:14

      Yes, true dat. Having both INI-BTS and INI-VIE might hurt SKP-BTS as well as there will be already more seats.

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    2. Anonymous13:25

      lol the logic

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    3. Anonymous14:12

      The logic is that both airports have a very similar genre and target of destinations and are quite close to each other.

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    4. Anonymous14:18

      4 hours by bus ...

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    5. Anonymous16:39

      Comments are a good sign that we are slowly leaving the Corona havoc behind us, and starting to concentrate on things that really matter in the regional aviation market, such as INI vs SKP alleged rivalry.

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  3. Anonymous13:28

    Love this.

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