Czech LCC takes on CSA Czech Airlines and El Al in connecting Prague with Tel Aviv. Four weekly flights increased to six at end of February.
bmibaby again flies to Prague in the Czech Republic from Birmingham in the UK.
Air France continues to expand its Marseille Provence Airport base by flying to Eindhoven in the Netherlands and Prague in Czech Republic.
Czech Airlines now flies in partnership with Etihad to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates from Prague.
Alitalia’s low-cost airline Air One launches three routes, from Pisa to Prague and from Milan Malpensa to Athens and Prague.
Prague still #1 in Central Europe as traffic grows 5% this year; Czech Airlines launches Abu Dhabi service this week
Prague airport has grown rapidly during the last decade. Which are the airport’s biggest carriers in terms of seats and flights? Which LCCs have been and gone from the airport and which are the airport’s leading destinations and how fast are they growing? And what’s happened to the UK market?
Czech Connect Airlines now flies between the airports serving the capitals of the Czech Republic and Greece, Prague and Athens.
It has been a very busy week with an entire 86 new routes launched. We have all the analysis – and the cakes – of routes ranging from Emirates’ 26th destination in Europe to LOT Polish Airlines’ fourth Ukrainian route. But which European airline launched routes to both Asia and South America? And which US airline became the first to serve Iceland? Don’t forget to download the spreadsheet for a full overview.
49 routes started in the last week, eight of which were to the Spanish island Ibiza. But which two airlines launched the same US domestic route? Which Asian low-cost carrier continued expanding with its third international route? And how come there is a new link between Baku in Azerbaijan and Aberdeen in Scotland?
The Czech national airline now flies to Lviv in western Ukraine as well as Poprad-Tatry in the Slovakian mountains, again linking the airport with Prague.
51 new routes were launched across the world in the last week, with Russian, German and Canadian airports represented the most. But which airport had 500 people celebrate the arrival of its first international passenger service? And in which country did three airlines launch domestic, regional services?