Malév offers more flights in summer timetable

Transport

Hungarian Airlines Malév said Friday it will offer more flights to five destinations and will fly with its own aircraft to two more destinations on its summer timetable, which will come into effect on March 30, 2008.

Malév will offer flights to 50 destinations in 37 countries on the timetable. The company will start to operate direct flights to New York city and Toronto, and will offer flights to a further 12 destinations in the US under a code-share agreement with American Airlines. Malév will offer two flights on five days per week to Stockholm and Stuttgart. It will add five flights a week to Copenhagen, and three to Tirana and Timisoara. Malév will operate its own aircraft on flights to Cluj and Milan, instead of aircraft operated by Carpatair and Alitalia.

Malév’s Moscow flights will start using Moscow’s main airport, DomodedevoAirport, instead of Sheremetyevo Airport. Flights to Malaga will operate twice a week on the summer timetable. Malév will take its Bangkok and Munich flights off the summer timetable, but Cairo and Lyon flights will operate until mid-May. Unlike in previous years, Malév will not offer flights to Dubrovnik. (MTI-Econews)

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