Ryanair, a budget airline from Ireland, has announced the introduction of two fresh non-stop routes from Prague. Beginning in 2023, the airline will provide services to Gdansk, Poland and the Greek island of Skiathos.
The Prague-Gdansk route will commence on March 29 and operate twice a week, specifically on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Gdansk, situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea, is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site within its historical center.
Air tickets for Prague to Gdansk and Prague to Skiathos flights are already on sale. Round-trip standard fares start at CZK 2,800.
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The initiation of the seasonal flight to Skiathos Island is scheduled to coincide with the start of the vacation season, specifically on June 2. Flights will take place twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays, although tickets for this destination have yet to be made available for purchase.
Additionally, other new destinations will be introduced, including the resumption of a connection to Bilbao after a four-year hiatus. Prague will be connected to the largest city of the Basque Country by the Vueling carrier twice a week, every Thursday and Sunday. The airline will utilize Airbus A320 aircraft, which can accommodate up to 180 passengers.
Furthermore, starting on March 27, 2023, Korean Air will offer direct flights between Prague Airport and Seoul, reinstating the regular service that was last available in March 2020.
Prague-Gdansk flights calendar
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