In the summer, a regular flight to St. Petersburg, Russia, will be added at Bratislava Airport

From MR Štefánik Airport in Bratislava, a regular flight to St. Petersburg, Russia, will be added from 1 June this year. Veronika Ševčíková, a spokeswoman for Bratislava Airport, informed about it. The line will fly from Bratislava to St. Petersburg and back four times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The route will be operated by Wizz Air.

“Because the process of obtaining electronic visas has recently been simplified
and also released the 7th freedom for flights to St. Petersburg, we believe the city
will become an attractive destination for people, “he confirmed at a press conference
in St. Petersburg, CEO of Wizz Air József
Váradi. In practice, this means that Slovaks only need electronically
register on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Federation, which will provide them with free single-entry visas.

The airport has been trying for a regular flight to St. Petersburg for a long time.
“We believe that we will be able to obtain all the necessary regulatory approvals
bodies, “added Jozef Štefánik Jozef, Chairman of the Board of Directors
An individual with the fact that Slovaks record travel to St. Petersburg
interest.

Wizz Air operates scheduled flights from MR Štefánik Airport
since 2016. It currently flies from Bratislava to six destinations – to
Ukraine is provided by three airlines (to Kiev-Zhulyana, Lviv and Odessa),
other flights to Skopje in Northern Macedonia, Sofia in Bulgaria, to
London-Luton and back to Bratislava.

The company Letisko MR Štefánika – Airport Bratislava, as is
registered in the Commercial Register of the Slovak Republic since May 2004. The company is in full
owned by the state, the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic administers all of it
shares since September 2014, when it took over from the National Property Fund of the Slovak Republic his
share of 50.30%. The registered capital of the airport company reaches
EUR 292.43 million.

From MR Štefánik Airport in Bratislava, a regular flight to St. Petersburg, Russia, will be added from 1 June this year. Veronika Ševčíková, a spokeswoman for Bratislava Airport, informed about it. The line will fly from Bratislava to St. Petersburg and back four times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The route will be operated by Wizz Air.

“Because the process of obtaining electronic visas has recently been simplified
and also released the 7th freedom for flights to St. Petersburg, we believe the city
will become an attractive destination for people, “he confirmed at a press conference
in St. Petersburg, CEO of Wizz Air József
Váradi. In practice, this means that Slovaks only need electronically
register on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Federation, which will provide them with free single-entry visas.

The airport has been trying for a regular flight to St. Petersburg for a long time.
“We believe that we will be able to obtain all the necessary regulatory approvals
bodies, “added Jozef Štefánik Jozef, Chairman of the Board of Directors
An individual with the fact that Slovaks record travel to St. Petersburg
interest.

Wizz Air operates scheduled flights from MR Štefánik Airport
since 2016. It currently flies from Bratislava to six destinations – to
Ukraine is provided by three airlines (to Kiev-Zhulyana, Lviv and Odessa),
other flights to Skopje in Northern Macedonia, Sofia in Bulgaria, to
London-Luton and back to Bratislava.

The company Letisko MR Štefánika – Airport Bratislava, as is
registered in the Commercial Register of the Slovak Republic since May 2004. The company is in full
owned by the state, the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic administers all of it
shares since September 2014, when it took over from the National Property Fund of the Slovak Republic his
share of 50.30%. The registered capital of the airport company reaches
EUR 292.43 million.