The United Kingdom has long been a popular destination for passengers departing from Prague Airport.
A new connection to the East Midlands region will be added in November, said Jiří Vyskoč, Executive Director of Air Business Development at Prague Airport.
Prague Airport will offer flights to Nottingham, Derby, and Leicester twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays.
During the winter, UK carrier Jet2.com will also operate a series of pre-Christmas flights from Prague to Edinburgh on Thursdays and Sundays from November 30 to December 17.
Jet2.com currently operates five scheduled services from Prague Václav Havel Airport – Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle. Flights to East Midlands Airport will then operate from 10 November until 20 May 2024.
The East Midlands-Prague line was operational until March 2020, and its reintroduction reflects rising demand in both markets.
“I believe that the direct flight from East Midlands Airport will be appealing not only to British tourists but also to Czech passengers flying to Nottingham, Leicester, or Derby,” Vyskoč added.
“We have seen strong demand for city breaks this winter season,” said Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays.