Embattled budget carrier SkyEurope Airlines' operational situation appears to be deteriorating, with Bratislava Airport's timetable indicating a mass cancellation of its flights.
Bratislava Airport is the carrier's home base. While SkyEurope could not be reached to clarify its position, the airport's live schedule lists all the carrier's arrivals and departures for the next 24 hours as cancelled.
Having been barred from Vienna Airport, after claims of unpaid debts, the airline is also facing a handling ban at Prague from tomorrow. Prague Airport's operator says services to the carrier "will cease being provided" from 1 September, until regular payments restart.
"If cash is delivered during the course of the day tomorrow, our company is prepared to immediately [resume] provision of services up to the amount of the deposit paid," it adds.
SkyEurope's timetable lists about 20 destinations from Prague, including London, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, Brussels and Lisbon.
The carrier had expanded its network from Bratislava Airport with several additional services after being forced to retreat to its home base following the Vienna ban.
SkyEurope is trying to restructure under Slovak creditor protection.