Thanks to intensive negotiations between Prague Airport and airline representatives, in June it will be possible to fly directly from Prague to more than 70 destinations.
Low-cost airline Ryanair will launch 12 new routes, Smartwings will add 17 new destinations, while other carriers are planning to return to Vaclav Havel Airport.
Czech Airlines is due to add flights from Prague to Malta in June. At the same time, Iberia, Eurowings and Wizz Air will return to Prague airport and resume their flights.
Ryanair will add 12 flights, including, Kosice, Zadar, and Amman. In June, Smartwings Group will launch 17 routes to destinations in Greece, Spain, and Turkey. The airline will also offer direct flights from Prague to Tel Aviv.
The Czech carrier will also resume regular flights from Brno and Ostrava to Heraklion, Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos, Corfu, Burgas, and Varna.
“In the coming weeks and months, we expect a further increase in traffic and the number of passengers. The demand for travel among Czechs is growing, and this will be facilitated also by the planned introduction of covid passports,” says Jaroslav Filip, Aviation Business Director.
Passengers can find complete flight schedules and information on ticket sales on the websites of individual carriers.
Prague Airport has also prepared a dedicated website with an overview of all currently available destinations.