After years of passing the Prague airport, the Europe’s largest low-cost carrier begins to add new lines from Ruzyně. They will begin to fly from Prague to Trapani, a Sicilian town, from 28 March 2017.
This will be the second regular line to Sicily: also SmartWings fly to Catania, but Trapani is situated on the opposite, western side of the island.
The company will fly twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The prices are to be from 859 Czech crowns per flight. This will be the sixth Ryanair line from Prague. They fly to London, Dublin, Brussels, Rome and Milano so far.
The Prague Airport does not yet offer too many direct flights with purely low-cost airlines to the Mediterranean. So many people prefer to fly for their holiday from neighbouring airports in Germany, Poland, Austria or Slovakia, where a ticket is considerably cheaper, especially if bought months in advance.
A return air ticket to the Mediterranean for a price under two thousand Czech crowns from Prague is almost impossible to get so far, with the exception of flights to Venice or Bari.