Flights from Sliac

Sliac Airport is a joint public and military international airport operated by Letisko Sliac a.s. It serves the town of Sliac in Slovakia, and is located between the towns of Zvolen and Banska Bystrica. The airport resides at an elevation of 1,043 feet or 318 metres above mean sea level, with a concrete paved runway designated 18/36, measuring 7,678 feet or 2,400 metres long. Sliac Airport was historically known as Letisko Tri Duby (“The Three Oaks Airport”) and had a significant role in the Slovak National Uprising in 1944 as the most important airport of the Anti-Nazi Resistance in Slovakia. Currently, the airport operates charter flights to some of the popular sea resort destinations.

Sliac is a small town in central Slovakia. Situated on the Hron River. The town lies between Zvolen and Banska Bystrica. As a spa town, Sliac is visited by tourists mostly for its healing hot springs.

Where to go

Slovakia in Central Europe is a mountainous country, featuring the Carpathian Mountains that extend across most of the country’s northern half. Because of this, some of the most popular attractions in Slovakia include hiking and skiing destinations in the north, to the High Tatras. This mountain range is also home to several beautiful lakes and picturesque valleys. There are also nine national parks in Slovakia that tourists can visit to enjoy different kinds of amazing views and recreation activities: Tatra National Park, Low Tatras National Park, Veľká Fatra National Park, Slovak Karst National Parl, Poloniny National Park, Mala Fatra National Park, Muranska planina National Park, Slovak Paradise National Park, and Pieniny National Park. Within and surrounding these parks are also hundreds of caves and caverns under the mountains. 15 of these are open to the public, and five are designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Dobsinska Ice Cave, Domica, Gombasek Cave, Jasovska Cave, and Ochtinska Aragonite Cave. Aside from natural landscapes, mountains, and caves, visitors to Slovakia can also see and experience other amazing attractions here, such as its medieval castles and towns, folk architecture, healing spas, and ski resorts.

From Sliac Airport, travellers can fly directly to nearby popular sea resort destinations such as Burgas in Bulgaria and Antalya in Turkey. Burgas, the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, is a major industrial, transport, cultural, and tourism hub in the country. Visitors to the city can enjoy many points of interests, such as the Burgas Regional Historical Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Archaeological Museum, Museum of Nature and Science, Roman City of Develtum, the Roman and medieval Baths of Aquae Calidae, the City Beach, Sea Casino, and the Sea Garden.

Antalya in Turkey is the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast and is a world tourism hub. The old historic centre of Antalya, called Kaleiçi, is a popular attraction, home to narrow cobbled streets with Ottoman-era houses. The area hosts hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants, and shopping facilities. The main square of Antalya is also located here. The Cumhuriyet Square is where temporary open air exhibitions and performances are held. The city is also popular for its beaches. Some of the notable ones are Konyaaltı, Lara, and Karpuzkaldıran; while Beydağları and Saklikent are visited by tourists for winter sports.

Unfortunately, Sliac Airport does not handle long-haul flights. M.R. Stefanik Airport, or Bratislava Airport, the main international airport serving Slovakia, also only operates short haul flights. The farthest destination would be Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, which takes approximately five to six hours of flight time.

How to get out

Sliac Airport, serving Sliac in Slovakia, operates seasonal charter flights to Burgas and Antalya. The flights are provided by the airlines Bulgarian Air Charter, SAMair, Travel Service, and Corendon Airlines.

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