SkyEurope said that a disagreement with Warsaw Airport will cause it to divert new aircraft originally intended to be based there to Krakow instead. The Slovakian low-cost carrier is adding four aircraft to its fleet this summer, which will enable it to double its capacity at Krakow, increase frequencies on existing routes and open new routes to Barcelona and Manchester. SkyEurope officials claimed that Warsaw cannot guarantee overnight parking for aircraft and intends to raise passenger ...

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