The famous low-cost airline, Ryanair, will start operations on five new lines from Prague. The latest announced lines are to Marrakech and the Israeli airport, Ejlat Ovda. The first mentioned line will again connect Morocco and Prague. Ryanair will also be flying to Pisa in Italy and Amman in Jordan.
“New Ryanair lines will provide customers with more variety of destinations to choose from at our Airport. Among the new lines will be a direct and regular line to Marrakech,” stated the Board Chairman, Václav Řehoř, while also stating that the expected number of passengers flying in both directions is about 32,000. The second destination is Amman in Jordan, which will be connected to Prague by two flights a week.
A direct connection to Pisa, which was until now only seasonal, will now become a true year-round regular connection, with planes flying three days a week. You will now be able to fly down to the famous leaning tower, even during the winter season. The last line added was a direct, three-times-a-week connection to Beauvais airport in Paris.
Ryanair will be flying 19 lines from Prague, among others to Dublin or Brussels. The number of transported people is expected to rise to 1.6 million. “Czech customers or customers from abroad can reserve seats for winter-season of 2018 flights even at this very moment,” added Kenny Jacobs, the marketing manager of the airlines.