Prague Airport's Summer Schedule Introduces 69 Carriers and 162 Destinations
On Sunday, 31 March, 2019, the summer schedule comes into effect at Václav Havel Airport Prague. For the duration of the season, a total of 69 airlines will be operating regular scheduled direct flights from Prague, heading to 162 destinations in 54 countries.
There will also be direct flights to 16 long-haul destinations, which is the largest number in the airport’s modern history. As part of the summer timetable, a total of four new airlines will be launching services from Václav Havel Airport Prague, two of them on long-haul routes. This proves our long-term success in motivating an ever-increasing number of airlines to open new routes from Prague, which ultimately means a wider choice of flights for our passengers.
In total, the summer timetable will see flights to 14 new destinations, alongside regular flights to Newark Airport in New York, which United Airlines will run from Prague daily, and flights to Astana, departing twice a week with SCAT Airlines. There will also be flights heading to Casablanca (twice a week with Air Arabia Maroc), Florence (offered 4 times a week by Vueling) and Billund (3 flights a week thanks to Ryanair). Brand-new offers include two holiday destinations – Pescara in Italy and Zadar in Croatia. Thanks to these new summer routes operated by Ryanair, passengers can take advantage of quicker and more comfortable way to destinations which until recently were mostly only accessible by road.