Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ČSA temporarily suspends Zagreb

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ČSA Czech Airlines will temporarily suspend flights between Prague and Zagreb this winter. The carrier will operate its last service on the route on January 27. Operations will resume twice per week, each Monday and Friday, from February 27. Initially, ČSA planned to run Prague - Zagreb - Skopje flights this winter but cancelled the Skopje leg of the journey. The service between the Czech and Croatian capitals is codeshared by Korean Air, Delta and SmartWings Airlines.

11 comments:

  1. Low demand during low season. But be warned. CSA has a knack of doing this and then extending the suspension. The airline is a complete mess.

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    1. We are tired of your anti-CSA posts. Thanks

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    2. LOL, ok. The airline organised a press conference to promote new routing Prague-Zagreb-Skopje for the winter. 2 days later they cancel the Skopje flights. Professionalism at its best.

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  2. When did they re-launch ZAG flights?

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    1. Last summer

      http://www.exyuaviation.com/2015/10/csa-returning-to-zagreb-sarajevo-and.html

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    2. Oh ok, that's good so the suspension won't affect February numbers.

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  3. They increase to daily in Summer 17

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  4. But what I don't get how come they can't make two flights work with at least 30 passengers flying each way.

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  5. Yeah and ticket fares are very competitive. Weird.

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  6. They are going to cancel service again..just watch..they are not very reliable airline

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