With the current flight season, the existing connections are intensifying at the airport, and new routes are being launched.
The launch of two weekly easyJet flights to Porto and two of the Eurowings to Faro from May adds to another line to Lisbon –already in operation by TAP Air Portugal twice a week.
Since the end of March, new connections to Italian destinations have been in operation: Wizz Air flies six times a week to Milan-Malpensa, three times to Venice and twice a week to Palermo. From June, it will be joined by Ryanair with two flights a week to Turin.
New to the Prague Airport is another European carrier, Flyr, which has been connecting Prague with Norwegian Oslo twice a week since April. Since the beginning of May,
SunExpress’s Boeing 737 has been connecting Prague with the well-known Turkish destination of Antalya up to three times a week.
In June, new routes will open that will carry passengers from Prague to more distant destinations twice a week on Airbus airplanes: Azerbaijan Airlines’ A320 will fly to Baku, and Jazeera Airways’ A320neo will connect Prague with Kuwait.
Passengers at Václav Havel Airport Prague can look forward not only to flights on new routes, but also to new services available directly at the airport: from June, the new Banh-mi-ba gastro concept at Terminal 2 will offer customers Vietnamese refreshment specialties.
With the revocation of the mandatory wearing of respirators in the Czech Republic and with the gradual cancellation of this obligation by airlines, a part of the 9 respirator vending machines has also been withdrawn from the terminals.
However, 3 of them remain in the departure hall of Terminal 1, and 2 remain in the departure hall of Terminal 2. The respirators can also be purchased at some of the stores at the airport.