Carriers Add Flights to More Destinations Effective June 2021
Departure boards are slowly filling up with more and more flights, while the terminals of Václav Havel Airport Prague welcome more and more passengers. During June 2021, direct flights from Prague to over 70 destinations, operated by thirty airlines, are offered to passengers. Low-cost carrier Ryanair will resume direct flights to up to twelve locations in the first half of the month, while Smartwings is to service additional seventeen places. Czech Airlines is adding connections to Malta, servicing a route which will be operated by Air Malta, too. Other airlines are also returning to Prague Airport with their offers. Iberia, Eurowings and Wizz Air are to shortly resume their flights.
"With the summer season underway, airlines are gradually adding connections to new destinations, resuming flights to popular holiday retreats and other interesting places in Europe as of the beginning of June 2021. We expect to see a further increase in traffic and the number of passengers handled in the coming weeks and months. The demand of Czechs for travel is increasing and will be helped, alongside the ongoing vaccinations of people belonging to more age groups and the adjusted conditions for travel, by the planned introduction of Covid passports, which will unify travel across the European Union," Jaroslav Filip, Director of Prague Airport Aviation Business, said.
Prague Airport has also prepared a special www.zazitkyuzcekaji.cz website for Czech travellers with current overview of available connections from Prague, including important travel information, check-in details, services and protective measures implemented both at Prague Airport and aboard aircraft, as well as interesting travel guide data. Complex flight schedules and ticketing services are always available to passengers on the websites of individual air carriers.
More information can be found in the official press release of the Prague Airport available here.