ČSA readies for EX-YU return

Wednesday, October 28, 2015


Czech Airlines will resume services to the former Yugoslavia next summer season, with tickets to go on sale in November. The Czech carrier has now confirmed it will run four weekly flights from Prague to Zagreb, up to four weekly flights to Sarajevo and three weekly services to Skopje. The airline notes that some flights will run seasonally while a decisions on others will depend on demand. Services to Zagreb are expected to launch on April 27, while operations to Sarajevo and Skopje on May 19. The airline plans to use ATR and Airbus A319 aircraft on these services.

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  1. All destinations are nightstops. ATRs to ZAG SJJ and 319s to SKP. At least thats the current plan

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  2. Too much expensive, need to be Wizzair on Skopje to Prague route!

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