In the spring of next year, Joon, Air France, will expand its list of destinations. From 31 March 2019, flights from Charles de Gaulle airport to Madrid, Prague, Stockholm and Caribbean island Saint Marten will be launched, planes.cz writes.
Emirates, according to reports that can not yet be formally confirmed, will terminate on 6 November 2018 the second rotation to Prague that was added in July 2018, planes.cz informs.
Ryanair has decided to significantly strengthen its presence in Prague. From the beginning of the 2019 summer flight schedule, there will be a total of four aircrafts based in Prague compared to the current two. The number of destinations will double to 30, and 131 flights per week will be handled at the Prague Airport. The new lines (including the previously reported) will include Amman, Bari, Billund, Bournemouth, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Marrakech, Marseille, Paris (Beauvais), Pescara, Pisa, Riga, Stockholm (Skavsta), Treviso and Zadar. The company also confirmed that Ryanair is not going to operate directly on the transatlantic routes and will continue to look for opportunities on non-traditional routes such as the reported link to UK‘s Bournemouth, planes.cz writes. More details about new flights.
Korean Air has announced that, effective 29 October 2018, the carrier will use Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners for 269 passengers in a three-class seating configuration to service its route connecting Prague with Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Flights will still be offered three times a week during the winter schedule – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Prague Airport informed.
airBaltic increases the number of its connections between Prague and Riga, the capital of Latvia, in both the 2018 winter and the 2019 summer season. The added frequency will be operated on Thursday late afternoons with Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s for 76 passengers. The carrier will thus offer 10 weekly flights on the route under the winter schedule, while the summer schedule will accommodate 11 airBaltic flights, Prague Airport reported.
Stobart Air recently announced the withdrawal of two of the three Embraers 195 from the original flybe fleet, and termination of flight connections from Southend to Venice, Budapest, Milan and Prague (last flight planned for 6.1.2019). The line to Prague was launched in May 2017 and started flying daily this year. EasyJet added the same route this year. From the existing flybe flights, Stobart Air will only keep the route from Southend to Dublin, planes.cz writes.
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