Milan Rastislav Štefánik Airport (BTS), or simply Bratislava Airport, near the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava offers a range of flights. Low-cost Airline Ryanair serves by far the most cities, while a few other airlines serve several more cities.
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Bus number 61 runs from the airport to the central train station and it takes approximately 30 minutes. Bus 96 (destination Prokofievova) also runs from the Airport. Be aware that tickets for the first 15 minutes costs €0.70, this will gets you until Bajkalska or Slofnaft Arena. If you want to go to the trainstation or the old town, you need to get a ticket for €0.90 that is valid for an hour.
Some people find it easier to fly into Vienna and then taking the 1 hour bustrip from there to Bratislava. Slovak Lines has several busses daily. This costs €7.40 (additional €1 per big suitcase), or €60 Euro for 10 single trips and leaves you off at the Central Bus Station (Autobusova Stanica). The Old Town is a short public bus trip from there. This busline runs from the Airport in Bratislava, via the Bus station, and 2 more stops in Bratislava, Wolfsthal, Hainsburg, Vienna Airport, and the new Central Station at Südtirolerplatz in Vienna.
Getting around the airport is simple. On the left are the arrivals, and the car rental agencies, and on the right part of the building the check in area.
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