Ryanair Expands its Prague Base and Number of Destinations
Four new destinations and an increase in flight frequencies to fifteen additional destinations. Plans of the carrier Ryanair, which has its base at Václav Havel Airport Prague, for the summer are clear: the most extensive flight schedule at Prague Airport so far.
Passengers will now be able to travel to Gdansk, Rimini, Seville and Skiathos. Ryanair will fly to other fifteen destinations more frequently than last summer. The carrier expects a 21% increase in the number of flights compared to last summer season.
Jaroslav Filip, Director of Aviation Business at Prague Airport, welcomes the expansion of base and number of destinations: "We are pleased that thanks to Ryanair we can continue to expand the range of destinations and the number of weekly flights during the summer flight schedule. Together we continue to contribute to the recovery of air traffic."
Alicja Wójcik-Gołębiowska, Ryanair's manager for Central and Eastern Europe, adds that this is the most extensive schedule to and from Prague to date: "We offer 285 flights a week on 33 routes, thus offering a greater choice of summer holidays."