50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Václav Havel Airport Prague will offer connections to 114 destinations

Download: Printable PDF Date: 27 Oct 2018 03:42 category:
Publisher:
Václav Havel Airport Prague will offer connections to 114 destinations  - Airports / Routes publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Czech Republic Aircraft: Airplanes

As of Sunday, 28 October 2018, the winter flight schedule becomes effective. It will provide flights from Václav Havel Airport Prague to 114 destinations in 42 countries. New additions will include Belfast, Marrakesh, Amman, Sharjah, Pisa, Split and Dubrovnik. Altogether, Prague Airport will fly to ten new destinations during the winter season. 

“Despite the dense network of existing direct flights from Prague, we will introduce several new and attractive destinations that will be included in the upcoming winter flight schedule. These are Amman in Jordan, Marrakesh in Morocco and Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. New flights to these destinations prove that we have been successfully expanding our network with destinations outside of Europe, which is the path that we want to continue taking in the future,” says Vaclav Rehor, the Chairman of the Prague Airport Board. 

Sixty airlines will operate regular flights from Prague during the winter season and two of them, Air Arabia and Cyprus Airways, will appear on Prague’s winter schedule for the very first time.

In addition to opening new lines and destinations, Václav Havel Airport Prague will also increase the frequency and capacities of existing lines. Qatar Airways will operate one of its daily flights to Doha in a long-haul Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which will increase the overall capacity by approximately 46%. The frequency will be increased on flights to London/Heathrow, London/City, Moscow and Riga. 

The busiest country with regard to the number of destinations, even in winter, is the UK, where 16 different destinations are offered, including all major international London airports, which are serviced by direct flights from Prague. The second busiest country is France (10 destinations), followed by Italy (9 destinations), Spain (9 destinations) and Russia (8 destinations). Most flights in winter will fly to London (up to 13 flights per day), Moscow (up to 10 flights per day), Paris (up to 8 flights), Amsterdam (as many as 7 flights) and Warsaw (7 flights). 

New destinations in the 2018-2019 winter season schedule include:Kutaisi (Wizzair), Marrakesh (Ryanair), Amman (Ryanair), Belfast (easyJet), Sharjah (Air Arabia), Pisa (Ryanair), Split (ČSA/SmartWings), Dubrovnik(ČSA/SmartWings), Paris/Beauvais (Ryanair), Larnaca (Cyprus Airways).

For more up-to-date information, go to Prague Airport’s Twitter account @PragueAirport.



Loading comments for Václav Havel Airport Prague will offer connections to 114 destinations ...


Recommended

Russian Helicopters to certify Mi-171A2 in Peru

Experts of the Russian Helicopters Holding Company and United Engine Corporation (part of Rostec State Corporation) held a business meeting with representatives of the General Directora...

Happy birthday - 30 years of FACC

30 years of FACC: Since its foundation in 1989, FACC has developed from a start-up into a globally leading technology group in the aerospace industry. Today, all major players in the aviation industry...

Rolls-Royce acquires Siemens eAircraft business

CO2 emissions in aviation, targets to reduce, alternative fuel, alternative propulsion activities and development. These are topics we hear about almost every day.​ In a move to accelerate the deli...

Canadair Regional Jet Program to be acquired by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Improtant news! The definitive agreement between Bombardier and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries regarding Canadair Regional Jet Program! Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Bombardier announ...