Eastern European airline SkyEurope will add new routes to a host of destinations this coming autumn.

From October 28th, the low-cost carrier will fly from the London Luton to Bratislava, Kosice and Poprad in Slovakia.

In addition, the airline will increase the frequency of its service to Prague to seven weekly flights.

With prices starting at just £29 one-way including taxes, SkyEurope expects to carry over 300,000 passengers each year from its new London base.

Karim Makhlouf, chief commercial officer of SkyEurope Airlines, added: "London Luton Airport provides the ideal gateway for our London market enabling us to offer our premium low-cost product."

Natalie Raper, marketing director of London Luton Airport, added: "We are delighted the arrival of SkyEurope Airlines to add to our ever increasing portfolio of carriers.

"No-frills flying has made business and leisure travel an increasingly viable option for millions of Europeans and the arrival of this new service demonstrates the confidence our airline partners and customers have in us to be able provide modern and convenient facilities."

Recently, SkyEurope revealed that it would launch a service from Birmingham International Airport to Bratislava.

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