Getting here by plane

To Bratislava

M. R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava (BTS) offers the largest number of international connections in Slovakia. Visitors can fly directly to Bratislava from many European cities, with Ryanair providing the most direct flights to the Slovak capital.

The airport offers 30 regular flights to 29 cities and 15 countries, including stops in dozens of holiday destinations.

Out of 30 regularly-scheduled flights, 19 will be provided by Ryanair, 2 by Czech Airlines (Prague, Košice), and 1 each by Pobeda (Moscow), flydubai (Dubai) and Wizz Air (Skopje). Moreover, there are 8 regular seasonal and charter flights that will be operated by Smartwings.

In comparison to last summer, new options include Ryanair flights to Berlin (daily), connections to Brussels’ main airport (instead of Brussels-Charleroi, 6 times a week), Manchester (3 times a week) and Korfu (once a week).

New flight to Nis in Serbia in winter schedule 2016 will operate 2 times per week.

There are two new airlines now calling Bratislava home: Wizz Air will provide two regular flights to Skopje, Macedonia every week, and

Pobeda provides a daily connection to Moscow-Vnukovo – replacing UT AIR, which used to fly to Moscow once a week.

How to get from the airport to the city centre:
The airport is located only 10 km from the Bratislava city centre. To get to the city centre you can take a taxi, or a bus No. 61 – a ride to Central Rail Station takes 21 minutes. More information.

To Košice

The centre of Eastern Slovakia (Košice Airport – KSC), there is a direct flight connection with Bratislava, Prague, Kiev, (Czech Airlines), Wien (Austrian Airlines), London (Wizz Air), Sheffield (Wizz Air), Bristol (Wizz Air), Milan-Bergamo (Wizz Air).

How to get from the airport to the city centre:
The airport is located just 8 km from the Košice city centre. You can take a taxi or a bus No. 23 to the city centre – it takes 17 minutes to get to the Rail Station Busses run every hour. More information.

To Poprad

The city under the Tatras has a direct airline connection with London (Wizzair). Between December 13, 2015 to March 2016, there will also be flights from Latvian Riga (AirBaltic) to Poprad.

To the Vienna Airport Schwechat (Austria)

Vienna Schwechat Airport (VIE) is only 50 km from the centre of Bratislava, highway ride from there takes up to 45 minutes. A taxi by a Slovak company from the airport to Bratislava is bout 50 € . Regular buses running to the Bratislava centre and Bratislava airport (BTS) are provided by Blaguss (45 minutes, 7.20 €) and by Slovak Lines (60 minutes, 7.70 €).

To other towns in Slovakia

Mostly by charter flight you can get to international airports in Poprad, Sliač, Piešťany and Žilina.