KLM plans to operate three flights per day between Prague and Amsterdam.
As of June 26, it will resume connections to Verona, Palma de Mallorca, and Dubrovnik.
Since May 13, it has been flying up to seven times per week to Belgrade. At the beginning of 2021, its destination network was complemented with Southampton, Poznan, and Cork. In July and August, KLM will add flights or deploy larger aircraft to Porto and Ibiza.
It will also increase the capacities for South European destinations in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Croatia, and Greece.
During the summer of 2019, the company offered 92 destinations; there will be 96 destinations in the summer of 2021. KLM never interrupted direct flights from Calgary to Amsterdam.
Carriers Add Flights from Prague Airport
During June 2021, direct flights from Prague to over 70 destinations, operated by thirty airlines, are offered to passengers.
Low-cost carrier Ryanair will resume direct flights to up to twelve locations in the first half of the month, while Smartwings is to service additional seventeen places.
Czech Airlines is adding connections to Malta, servicing a route which will be operated by Air Malta, too. Other airlines are also returning to Prague Airport with their offers. Iberia, Eurowings, and Wizz Air are to shortly resume their flights.