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Encyclopedia > Sky Europe

SkyEurope, officially SkyEurope Airlines, is the first low cost, low-fare airline in Central Europe, based at Bratislava Airport in Slovakia, and employing around 100 people. Bratislava Airport is located within a one-hour drive of Vienna, Brno and Gyor, covering a catchment area of four countries (Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia). SkyEurope operates a bus shuttle from Bratislava Airport to Vienna, 50 km away.

With a fleet in 2004 of 13 aircraft, SkyEurope operates scheduled routes from and to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Budapest, Krakow, London, Mallorca, Paris, Venice, Warsaw, Zurich, Prague, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Zurich, Milan, Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar.

External link

SkyEurope (http://www.skyeurope.ws/ts/)

pics of SkyEurope planes (http://public-transport.net/VIP/NElink.htm)

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