Prague Airport is set to broaden its direct connection network with the introduction of the summer flight schedule, which takes effect at the end of March. Among the new destinations added

to its roster are Astana, Tallinn, Florence, and Verona.

A total of 68 airlines will operate services to 167 destinations, including new connections to sought-after vacation spots like Brindisi, Izmir, La Palma, and Ponta Delgada.

With nearly 90 percent of the offerings from the record year of 2019 in terms of destinations and carriers, Prague Airport is poised for a robust summer schedule. Moreover, more than thirty routes will see increased flight frequencies.

Passengers traveling from Prague Airport will enjoy enhanced connectivity, with up to 93 flights per week to London, 59 connections to Antalya, and multiple options to popular cities like Paris, Amsterdam, and Milan.

Qatar Airways will significantly boost capacity with ten additional weekly flights to Doha, deploying the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Overall, carriers will offer over 12.8 million seats during the summer season, marking a 16 percent increase from the previous year.

New carriers entering the scene include Qanot Sharq Airlines to Tashkent, SCAT Airlines to Astana, FlyOne to Chisinau, Arkia to Tel Aviv, and KM Malta to Malta.

The list of new destinations with regular operations includes Astana, Brindisi, Dubai World Central, The East Midlands, Florence, Izmir, Chisinau, La Palma, Ponta Delgada, Poznań, Tallinn, Tashkent, and Verona. Photo by Eric Salard, Wikimedia commons.