Hot News from Prague
American Airlines Announces New Direct Service Between Prague and Chicago
Václav Havel Airport Prague will have another direct connection with the United States of America starting with the 2020 summer flight schedule. Today, American Airlines, one of the largest carriers in the world, announced the launch of new seasonal service between Prague and Chicago. The airline will operate the route with modern Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.
The Prague Airport Group Achieved a Gross Operating Profit of CZK 4.9 Billion in 2018
In 2018, the key companies of the Prague Airport Group reported their operating profit (EBITDA **) of CZK 4,922 million, approximately reaching the 2017 operating profit level reported by the predecessor of the Prague Airport Group, the Czech Aeroholding Group. The Group's economic performance was positively affected by its greater revenues from both aviation and non-aviation trade, such as premises rental and parking services. The Prague Airport Group consists of its key companies Letiště Praha, a. s., Czech Airlines Handling, a.s., and Czech Airlines Technics, a.s.
REGENERATE. Global Forum reSITE 2019 Calls to Action for Happiness and Sustainability
Holder of the top award for Best Self-Produced Event of 2018, reSITE announces the theme for its upcoming world-class forum: REGENERATE. reSITE’s global community of thought leaders, urbanists and most innovative urban and business leaders from all parts of the planet will get together at Prague’s Forum Karlin on September 19–20, 2019. reSITE 2019, called by The Atlantic Citylab “the most important conversation of our time,” will present 50 international speakers surrounded by a 1000+ audience. reSITE will share collective ideas, collaborative actions and design solutions within new event formats – intensive round tables, networking breakfasts and a big party. The latter will be included in the new type of entry for general public.
Clinical Pharmacy Meetings Build the Awareness of the Field in the Central Europe Region
Clinical pharmacy is a discipline that monitors the risks and risk factors for developing adverse drug reactions and helps to prevent these effects in real life. Expert meetings regularly organised for the professional community help to spread the latest knowledge and share information. In the region of Central Europe especially, where there is generally less awareness of clinical pharmacy and pharmacoepidemiological research, congresses play an irreplaceable role. For example, several industry congresses and conferences have recently taken place in Prague: 34th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management (ICPE 2018), 15th Annual Meeting of International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISOP 2015) or European Symposium on Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP 2013). All these events are associated with professor RNDr. Jiří Vlček, CSc., Head of the Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Charles University in Hradec Králové and also former president of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy, which he led for two years.
Prague Ranked Ninth Best Meeting Destination in Europe by Cvent
Prague Convention Bureau is proud to announce that the Czech capital city of Prague has been ranked ninth on Cvent’s annual list of the TOP 25 Meeting Destinations in Europe. The list is annually compiled by the Cvent company, the venue sourcing network and MICE business booking platform, based on meeting and event booking activity across the Cvent site.
From December, WizzAir will be Flying the Route from Prague to Moldova
Low-cost airline WizzAir has confirmed that as part of its winter flight schedule it will be flying the route between Prague and Kishinev. The new direct line to the capital of Moldova will be in operation from 18 December 2019 twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Prague Committed to Cut CO2 Emissions
In June 2019, the Prague City Council has made a commitment to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions in the capital city by 45% by the year 2030, and to eliminate them entirely by the year 2050. The Prague commitment is thus fully in line with the 2018 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report aiming to limit the global warming to 1.5°C.
Czech Republic is One of the TOP 10 Countries in Regards to Achieving the Goals of Sustainable Development
Newly updated UN Sustainable Development Report 2019 ranked the Czech Republic seventh most developed in achieving the Goals of Sustainable Development out of the total of 162 evaluated countries. The Czech Republic is thus getting to the forefront of efforts to meet the sustainable development objectives with regards to nature conservation and, consequently, to a sustainable approach to events and the meetings industry.