As of Sunday, 27 October 2019, the winter flight schedule becomes effective. It will provide flights from Václav Havel Airport Prague to 121 destinations in 46 countries. New additions will include Lviv, Kharkiv, Chisinau, Florence, Beirut, Nur-Sultan and Keflavik. Altogether, Prague Airport will fly to fifteen new destinations during the winter season.
There will be 60 direct flights from Prague during the winter flight schedule, 13 of them are low-cost.
New destinations include Lviv, Kharkiv, Chisinau, Casablanca, Perm, Florence, Nur-Sultan, Stockholm – Skavsta, Bournemouth, Billund, Beirut, Keflavik, Malta, Odesa, and Venice – Treviso. This year, four airlines will newly operate their flights from Prague also in winter, including SCAT Airlines, SkyUp Airlines, Air Malta and Arkia Airlines.
“Czech passengers will benefit from these new opportunities for traveling abroad. In addition to new destinations in Eastern Europe, they can fly to places where Prague Airport traditionally has direct flights only in summer, such as Iceland or Malta,” says Václav Řehoř, the Chairman of the Prague Airport Board.
The busiest country with regard to the number of destinations, even in winter, is the UK, where 17 different destinations are offered, including all major international London airports, which are serviced by direct flights from Prague. The second busiest country is Italy (11 destinations), followed by Russia (10 destinations), Spain (9 destinations) and France (8 destinations).
Most flights in winter will fly to London (up to 93 flights per week, Moscow (up to 70 flights per week), Amsterdam (up to 51 flights per week), and Warsaw (49 per week).