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Czech Airlines Make Progress

Czech Airlines Make Progress
Czech Airlines Make Progress

Recently published CSA’s flight schedule for new summer season that came into power on March 28, 2010 features some new direct flights from Prague – to Astana (Kazakhstan) and Dubrovnik (Croatia). One more piece of good news is that the direct flight from Prague to Manchester is to be renewed after the winter break.

The press-realise also states that the company is going to upgrade the level of onboard servise both for economy and business class travellers. Passangers are to be offered wider range of free drinks and larger portions of food. The list of periodics available onboard is also enlarged.

In general, CSA is to to fly into 110 destinations in 45 countries worldwide including connected flights into 68 destinations in 38 countries. Up to six times a week has been increased the number of flights to Belgrad. Flights to Sankt-Peterburg, Beirut, Cairo, Damask and some other Middle East cities are also to be made more frequently. Unfortunately, the number of some flights is decreased. The latter are flights to Oslo, Riga, Stuttgart, Ostrava and Venice.

CSA’s press office also informed that the company has been doing good in the matter of increasing number of transit passengers flying through Prague’s Ruzyne international airport. As of the last year’s end the CSA share reached 97%.

Recently it was reported that after late times fall number of passengers going through Ruzyne is increasing again. Jiri Pos, the Ruzyne’s director of trade and operations, reported at the press-conference held last week that the airport served 2.2 mln. passengers which is 6.2% more than during the same period last year.

Date: 30/03/2010

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