13th May 2019

Changes in flight connections with Prague, Pardubice

According to the Pardubice Airport, Ryanair has announced the cancellation of the 737 MAX Boeing flights with between London (Stansted) and Pardubice. According to the Pardubice Airport's spokesman, the airport is trying to negotiate a change from cancellation to traffic limitation. Currently, Ryanair is only offering flights on the route until June 29th, planes.cz informed.


Prague Airport has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Sichuan Airlines. The outcome of the agreement is the opening of a new direct flight between Shenzhen and Prague. Sichuan Airlines will start the new route on 1 July 2019, and flights will be operated twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. Shenzhen will thus become the fifth destination in China with a direct connection to Prague, as well as another long-haul destination where passengers can travel from Václav Havel Airport Prague, Prague airport wroteMore by planes.cz.


Ural Airlines, the Russian air carrier, has increased the number of flights from Prague to Moscow Zhukovsky Airport with effect from the start of the summer schedule. Under the summer timetable, the carrier will service flights between the two cities on a daily basis with added frequencies on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. At the moment, the carrier offers connections from Prague to a total of three destinations, Prague airport informed.


Prague Airport representatives signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bamboo Airways to collaborate on the development of a direct flight and increased tourism between the Czech Republic and Vietnam. On that basis, joint negotiations will be held regarding flights between Prague and Hanoi. More in a press release by Prague airport. More by planes.cz.


Prague Airport, as the first airport in Europe, will launch a co-operation with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which handles the largest number of passengers a year in the world. Representatives of both airports signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in the United States of America at the beginning of April. The agreement’s main objective is to support the economic growth and development of both airports, the mutual exchange of experience and know-how regarding, for example, the development of infrastructure, commerce and passenger services, alongside the promotion of air transport and the development of connections. Both airports also want to start negotiation processes with various airlines regarding a direct scheduled route between Prague and Atlanta. More in a press release by Prague airport. More by planes.cz.

Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic