Summer Schedule at Prague Airport Comes into Effect

Two new long-haul routes to Seoul and Taiwan, a total of 152 destinations worldwide, nine new connections to popular holiday destinations, and 65 carriers.

A list of things Václav Havel Airport Prague is to offer during the summer flight schedule, which comes into effect on Sunday, 26 March 2023. There will also be new connections, for example, to Gdansk, Skiathos, Bilbao, and Rimini.

Compared to last summer, there will be additional increases in the number of frequencies on nearly 40 routes. This applies, for example, to the five most popular cities, namely London, Amsterdam, Paris, Antalya, and Frankfurt.

A higher number of connections will also be offered on direct routes to destinations such as Riga, Chisinau, Dublin, Málaga, Athens, Barcelona, Warsaw, and Rhodes.

New Long-Haul Routes and Destinations

A new direct connection with Taiwan is planned from 18 July. China Airlines will operate the route twice a week, departing from Prague every Wednesday and Sunday using Airbus A350-900 aircraft for 306 passengers.

The launch of the resumed route to Seoul, South Korea, operated by Korean Air, is aligned with the summer flight schedule coming into effect. The inaugural flight will take place on 27 March. Flights to this new destination from Prague Airport will be available three times a week aboard Boeing 777-300ER aircraft for 291 passengers.

In May, a direct connection to the United States, operated by Delta Air Lines from JFK Airport in New York, will reappear on the Prague Airport network and remain a part of it until the end of September.

Additionally, Icelandair will have its debut in Prague, connecting it with Reykjavík four times a week from 1 June, thus offering fast connections via Iceland to more than 14 destinations in the USA. To name a few, Bilbao in Spain, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Skiathos in Greece, and Seville in Spain are among the new destinations that will be added to the list of regular flights under the summer schedule. Passengers will also be able to visit Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, Gdansk, Poland, and the city of Muscat in Oman.


  • Bilbao
  • Dubrovnik
  • Yerevan
  • Gdansk
  • Seoul
  • Skiathos
  • Muscat
  • Salami
  • Rimini
  • Seville
  • Taipei


  • Air Cairo – Marsa Alam
  • Croatia Airlines / Smartwings – Dubrovnik
  • Cyprus Airways – Larnaca
  • Eurowings – Rhodes
  • Eurowings – Zakynthos
  • Ryanair – Rimini
  • Ryanair – Seville
  • Ryanair – Skiathos
  • Vueling – Bilbao

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