Unfortunately, Air Slovakia ceased operations in June 2010. Click on the logos below to see airlines that operate similar routes to Air Slovakia.
Air Slovakia was a Slovakian airline based in Bratislava. It operated out of M. R. Štefánik Airport and mainly offered scheduled and chartered passenger flights. Air Slovakia was founded in 1993 under the name 'Air Terrex' - its new name was formed in 1995 after the Dissolution of Czechoslovakia.
Air Slovakia operated flights to a selection of destinations in Asia and Europe, including India, Bangladesh, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. It operated its flights with an ageing fleet of Boeing 737 and Boeing 757 aircraft.
In 2010, Air Slovakia has its AOC (air operator's certificate) removed by the Slovakian authorities - the airline was eventually dissolved and ceased operations.
With Air Slovakia, passengers were entitled to one piece of free carry-on baggage. Passengers with the Travel class fare were permitted one piece of carry-on baggage weighing no more than 6kg. Business class fare holders were permitted one piece of carry-on baggage weighing no more than 8kg as well as one personal item (e.g., a laptop, handbag, purse) weighing no more than 4kg.
The carry-on baggage couldn't exceed dimensions of 23 x 34 x 48 cm or the total linear dimension of 105 cm.
Adult passengers were allowed one piece of checked baggage, free of charge. Travel class passengers were permitted one piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 22kg. Business class passengers were allowed up to 30kg of checked baggage.
Air Slovakia did not have online check-in options. To check-in, passengers would need to do so at the airport.
For Air Slovakia flights, passengers would need to check in at the airport. Check-in counters at the airport for Air Slovakia flights would close 40 minutes before the scheduled flight departure time.
Air Slovakia offered two types of fares for its flights - Travel and Business.
The Travel fare was equivalent to Economy Class. There is little information on what services were offered in this class with Air Slovakia, however, in general, Economy Class offers a very basic level of service. Seats are comfortable but don't offer a lot of legroom.
The Business fare with Air Slovakia would have been equivalent to Business Class with other airlines. Seats may have had extra legroom and passengers could also carry more weight with their luggage.
Air Slovakia flew to the following destinations at the time that it ceased operations.
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M. R. Štefánik Airport, also known as Bratislava Airport, is the main international airport of Slovakia. After Slovakia gained independence in 1993, the airport was named after General Milan Rastislav Štefánik.
Bratislava Airport is currently a hub for AirExplore, a Slovak charter airline, as well as a focus city for Ryanair and Smartwings Slovakia. The airport also serves Vienna in Austria. The number of passengers travelling through Bratislava Airport has been decreasing throughout the last decade due to the collapse of several airlines in Slovakia, including Slovak Airlines, SkyEurope, Air Slovakia and Seagle Air.
Air Slovakia's fleet consisted of a total of 5 aircraft. These were the Boeing 737-200, Boeing 737-300 and Boeing 757-200. These aircraft had an average age of 23 years and only has economy class seating.