Václav Havel Prague Airport brings many new attractive destinations this summer.
If you are planning a trip to Croatia, you can use the newly introduced airline from Prague to Zadar. The destination of Pescara in the central Italian region of Abruzzo will be added, and will be connected by Ryanair twice a week. After years, a direct connection to Florence will also be restored, to where Vueling will fly four times a week. A pleasure is also Ryanair’s new direct route to Mallorca, which will be operated once a week from the beginning of June. Furthermore, the first direct connection from Prague to Danish city Billund will be added. Of the more distant destinations, Casablanca, the economic metropolis of Morocco, is now serviced (Air Arabia Maroc, twice a week), which can be combined with the direct connection to Marrakech which has already been functioning for half a year (Ryanair, twice a week). For the first time it is also possible to fly without transfer to Kazakhstan (SCAT Airlines, twice a week since June), to the capital city Astana (Nur-Sultan). Starting June, Turkish SunExpress will be operating a line to the popular Turkish resort of Antalya twice a week.
The new routes from Prague to southern Europe are mostly a competition for Smart Wings, which still has many monopolies from Prague, which is reflected in the price. Where low-cost competition has occurred in the past, for example to Spain, there has always been a significant price reduction, and similar developments can be expected this year.
A total of 69 carriers now operate regular direct flights from Prague. The airport is connected with 162 destinations in 54 countries. There are also direct connections to 16 long-haul destinations, which is the most in the modern history of Prague Airport.
Compared to the previous summer flight season, the total number of airlines operating direct flights from Prague increased by two this year. Among the new carriers that appear in Prague for the first time are Air Arabia, SCAT Airlines, SunExpress and United Airlines.
In total, there are 14 new destinations in the summer flight schedule. During this summer season, most flights from Prague will be directed to Italy (17 destinations), followed by Great Britain (16 destinations) and Spain and Greece (both 12 destinations).
The most popular destination with the highest number of connections from Prague airport Václav Havel will include London (up to 93 flights a week), Moscow (up to 63 flights a week), Paris (up to 58 flights a week), Amsterdam (up to 54 flights a week) and Warsaw (up to 52 flights a week).
Amman (Ryanair), Astana (SCAT Airlines), Billund (Ryanair), Bournemouth (Ryanair), Casablanca (Air Arabia Maroc), Florence (Vueling), Marrakech (Ryanair), Moskva/Zhukovsky (Ural Airlines), New York/Newark (United Airlines), Paris/Beauvais (Ryanair), Pescara (Ryanair), Stockholm/Skavsta (Ryanair), Sharjah (Air Arabia), Zadar (Ryanair)