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International Czech Airports resumed flights

International Czech Airports resumed flights
International Czech Airports resumed flights

ČTK informs that all the international airports in the Czech Republic resumed operating flights. It is obvious that their further operation is dependent on volcaniс activity in Iceland and climate conditions on the European continent in general.

Airports of Prague, Ostrava (North Moravia), Brno and Pardubice (East Bohemia) already reopened on Monday. Karlovy Vary followed them a day later.

Flight cancellations in the Czech airports mostly affected passengers from Russia and other ex-USSR countries whose entry visas expired. As a result, Czech migration authorities had to prolong duration of stay for 229 such passengers stuck in the Czech Republic.

In total starting from last Friday when airplanes got caught on the ground by the volcanic ash cloud visas departments in the Czech Republic had to prolong or reissue more than 2,000 visas for foreigners.

Date: 21/04/2010

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