Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair will launch two new direct flights from Prague.
In 2023, the carrier will start flying to Gdansk in Poland and to the Greek island of Skiathos.
The Prague-Gdansk flight will start on March 29. It will be operated twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The city is located on the shores of the Baltic Sea, and its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tickets are already on sale. Round-trip standard fares start at CZK 2,800.
The seasonal flight to Skiathos Island will be launched at the beginning of the vacation season, on June 2. It will also operate twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tickets for this destination are not yet on sale.
Other new destinations
After four years, Prague will have a resumed connection to Bilbao. The Vueling carrier will connect Prague and the largest city of the Basque Country twice a week, every Thursday and Sunday, using Airbus A320 aircraft for 180 passengers.
From 27 March 2023, Prague Airport will once again offer a direct connection with Seoul, provided by Korean Air. This regular service was last in operation in March 2020.
Initially, the route will be operated three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with the option of increasing the frequency to four weekly flights during the summer season based on the demand trends and tendencies.
Passengers will fly aboard Boeing 777-300ERs aircraft with 291 seats (64 in Business Class, 227 in Economy Class).