Delta Airines renews its direct Prague - Atlanta link.

Prague May 5, 2010

After a winter hiatus, Delta Air Lines is once again beginning regular flights to Atlanta. The seasonal link will connect Prague and Delta's home airport four times per week until August 30, 2010, flying on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The regular arrival time from Atlanta is set for 9:20 AM, with departures at 11:05 AM.

Starting June 3, 2010, Delta Airlines will also offer a daily connection to J.F. Kennedy Airport in New York. The current five flights a week will be supplemented on Tuesday and Thursday by a 7:45 AM arrival to Prague, along with a 10:35 AM departure.
On days when there is joint operation of both links at Prague Airport, Delta Air Lines will be operating two Boeing 767-300s, one of the largest aircraft transporting passengers at Prague.
The increasing number of flights out of Prague by Delta Airlines will substantially increase the offering of direct flights across the Atlantic available to passengers, connecting to almost 250 destinations in the US and dozens of others in Latin America, the Caribbean and the rest of the Americas.
About Prague Airport:
In 2009, the airport handled 11.64 million passengers. Prague Airport received the Award for Best Airport in Eastern Europe in the World Airport Awards. During the 2010 summer season, passengers will have access to 50 airlines connecting Prague directly with 131 destinations around the globe.

Media contact:
Michaela Lagronová
Media Spokesperson for Prague Airport
e-mail: michaela.lagronova@prg.aero
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