CSA Czech Airlines launches base in Bratislava; six new routes

CSA next year celebrates 75 years at Brussels Airport and starts the celebrations early by this year adding flights from Bratislava. A rainbow formed as the inaugural flight was welcomed to the Belgian capital where Jos Stroobants, Brussels Airport’s Director Aviation Development, and Pascal Van De Moortel, CSA’s Country Manager, cut the cake.

CSA next year celebrates 75 years at Brussels Airport and starts the celebrations early by this year adding flights from Bratislava. A rainbow formed as the inaugural flight was welcomed to the Belgian capital where Jos Stroobants, Brussels Airport’s Director Aviation Development, and Pascal Van De Moortel, CSA’s Country Manager, cut the cake.

In Bratislava, Marios Kountourides – Cypriot Ambassador to Slovakia – cut the ribbon to launch CSA’s Larnaca services. Each of the route launch celebrations had a culinary theme, for example serving passengers French, Spanish and Belgian treats.

  • CSA Czech Airlines last week launched its secondary base in neighbouring Slovakia’s country capital Bratislava (BTS), the airport analysed this week. The routes with the highest frequencies are notably to hubs of fellow SkyTeam carriers; Amsterdam (AMS), Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Rome Fiumicino (FCO). Flights are operated with 102-seat 737-500 aircraft.
Date Destination WF*
23-Jun-11 Amsterdam (AMS) 4
25-Jun-11 Barcelona (BCN) 2
24-Jun-11 Brussels (BRU) 3
25-Jun-11 Larnaca (LCA) 2
23-Jun-11 Paris CDG (CDG) 5
23-Jun-11 Rome Fiumicino (FCO) 5
*WF: Weekly Frequency

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