EasyJet restores a direct line from Prague to Berlin. The first airliner on this line will fly for the first time to Berlin Airport Tegel on April 21st. Then it will fly three times a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The first aircraft on this line will take off on April 21. Ticket prices start at 524 crowns.
“We are extremely pleased to announce the introduction of a new direct connection between Prague and Berlin Airport Tegel. Our joy is all the more that the route has not been carried out for a few months and we are able to re-establish the connection between these two major cities, “said Thomas Haagensen, Director of EasyJet for the Czech Republic.
“Direct flights between Prague and Berlin are a commercially important for the airline. That’s why we are pleased that we have succeeded in a short time to replace the termination of the previous carrier and a regular line with the German metropolis will be restored from April 21, “added Vácalv Řehoř, Chairman of the Prague Airport. According to him, more than 26 thousand people could benefit from direct connection annually. The previous connection between the Czech and German capitals was operated by bancrupt Air Berlin last October.
EasyJet was established in 1995 and operated first between London and Glasgow. The company has been flying to Prague since 1999, but it was still under the aegis of GB Airways, which was included in the EasyJet network in 2003. Now EasyJet from Prague Airport will route lines to twelve destinations in six European countries. Over the past year, it carried 1.2 million passengers on its flights to and from Prague.