About SkyEurope Airlines
SKYEUROPE AIRLINES ROUTES
SkyEurope Airlines fly from/to:
Amsterdam – Schiphol, Athens, Barcelona, Basel, Birmingham,
Bologna, Bourgas, Bratislava, Brussels - National, Bucharest -
Baneasa, Budapest – Ferihegy 1, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen,
Gliwice, Innsbruck, Katowice, Kosice, Krakow, London
- Stansted, Manchester
- Terminal 1, Milan (Bergamo), Naples, Nice, Nyíregyháza,
Paris - Orly, Sud Poprad (Zakopane), Poznan, Rome – Fiumicino,
Salzburg, Sofia, Split, Stockholm - Arlanda, Stuttgart, Torino,
Varna, Venice, Vienna (Bratislava), Warsaw - Etiuda Terminal and
SkyEurope - The Gateway to Central Europe!
SkyEurope Airlines is the leading European low-cost airline. With
bases in Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, it is also the first multi-based
airline in the region of Central Europe. SkyEurope operates a
route network of 38 destinations in 19 countries from its bases
in Budapest, Krakow, Warsaw and Vienna Bratislava. They are a
low-cost air-carrier from a low-cost country, SkyEurope is well-equipped
for competition in the European market.
SkyEurope offers daily connections from London to Budapest, Krakow,
Warsaw and Vienna Bratislava. They operate a route network of
64 routes, to destinations including Manchester, Paris, Nice,
Amsterdam, Dublin (from 2005) Copenhagen, Rome, Milan, Venice,
Barcelona, Athens, Stuttgart, Zurich, Prague, Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik
The SkyEurope fleet consists of 15 aircraft: 11 Boeing 737 and
4 Embraer 120 aircraft. The airline started operations in 2002.
SkyEurope is certified according to the European Union standards
JAR OPS 1 and JAR-145. The maintenance of the Boeing 737-500 fleet
is performed by KLM Engineering & Maintenance.
SkyEurope Airlines is headquatered in Slovakia, where it operates
from Bratislava Airport, distant only 50 km from Vienna. SkyEurope
operates a SkyShuttle Bus between Bratislava Airport and the neighbouring
city of Vienna. In Slovakia the company uses Košice Airport
in eastern Slovakia as well. In Hungary, it operates from Budapest
Ferihegy 1 Airport, in Poland from Fryderyk Chopin Airport - Etiuda
Terminal in Warsaw and from Balice Terminal in Krakow.
The SkyEurope airline is financed by an international consortium
including funds of the EBRD, ABN AMRO Bank and the EIF as well
as by renowned European institutional investors for which Bank
Austria Creditanstalt acts as a depositary.
They recently placed an order for up to 32 new Boeing 737-700
aircraft to be delivered between 2006 and 2009, currently the
largest order in Central Europe. The 12 first aircraft will be
financed and leased to SkyEurope by GECAS.
For further information on SkyEurope Airlines visit the SkyEurope