Honey from Václav Havel Airport Prague has maintained the highest standard. Following on the silver medal received last year, it has won the gold medal in the Czech Honey 2014 contest. The balanced quality of the honey was once again confirmed by the fact it obtained the Czech Honey certificate.
Czech Aeroholding, as sole shareholder of Prague Airport, acting in the capacity of the General Meeting, approved termination of performance of the role of Chairman of the Prague Airport Board of Directors by Jiří Pos who, effective 1 October 2014, assumed the vacant post in the five-member Czech Aeroholding’s Board of Directors. Concurrently, Czech Aeroholding’s Board of Directors, acting in the capacity of the Prague Airport’s General Meeting, approved changes to Prague Airport Statutes, changing the number of members of the Board of Directors from three to four. Jiří Kraus remains a member of the Prague Airport Board of Directors and is joined by Tomáš Rohlena and Milan Špaček, appointed by the General Meeting effective 1 October 2014. Effective 1 November 2014, the team will be joined by Jiří Petržilka. The new members consecutively elected Mr. Jiří Kraus as the Chairman and Mr. Tomáš Rohlena as the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines was announced the winner of the competition which evaluates airline friendliness to the environment at Prague Airport. The prestigious prize, in the form of a glass swallow, was awarded to the airline during the final ceremony by Jiří Kraus, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Prague Airport and René Pekárek, Deputy Prague 6 Mayor. It took place as part of regular meetings of airport representatives and nearby municipalities and city boroughs. The QUIETEST AIRLINE contest which Prague Airport announced eight years ago for the first time based upon an incentive by Prague 6, is one of the tools used to motivate air carriers to take a neighbourly approach to the immediate surroundings of the airport. The criteria evaluated include not only the measurement of noise but also maintaining air routes and aircraft capacity.
Václav Havel Airport Prague Holds Its First Czech GeoTour – Treasure Hunters Will Seek Out 10 Caches
A popular tourist trend of recent years has found its way to Václav Havel Airport Prague. 10 caches have been newly hidden right at the airport or in its immediate environs for discovery by geocaching aficionados as part of GeoTour. Prague Airport is the first airport in the world to take part in the project and the first aviation institution in the Czech Republic.
Marta Guthová Leaves the Post of Deputy Chairperson and Member of Prague Airport’s Board of Directors
Today, by resolution of Czech Aeroholding’s Board of Directors, acting in capacity of Prague Airport’s General Meeting, Marta Guthová was dismissed from the post of Deputy Chairperson and Member of Prague Airport’s Board of Directors.
Leading British leisure airline Jet2.com today announced its further expansion in Czech Republic with the launch of two new destinations from Václav Havel Airport Prague. As of today, the airline has begun to sell tickets to Belfast, Northern Ireland and Glasgow, Scotland. It will thus offer more opportunities for travel between Britain and Prague than any other airline, also becoming the sole airline on both routes. Jet2.com exclusive new destinations start next spring from 1254 CZK per person.
On Sunday, June 15, Václav Havel Airport Prague will get underway with another yearly round of the QUIETEST AIRLINE contest. The competition, intended to motivate airlines to use the most modern aircraft and comply with noise regulations, will be the eighth such contest put on by Prague Airport in association with Prague 6. Evaluations will be carried out during the most intensive aviation season, from mid-June until mid-September.
The Summer Flight Schedule at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague Brings a Number of Changes, Including Connections to 15 New Destinations
The new summer flight schedule comes into force at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague on March 30. In the upcoming season, which will run until October 25, 2014, 57 airlines will offer their services in the form of regularly scheduled flights to 119 locations around the globe. Compared to this time last year, Vaclav Havel Airport Prague will welcome eight new airlines and open connections to fifteen new destinations.
An Airbus 380 touched down at Václav Havel Airport Prague this afternoon. The A380 is the largest passenger aircraft in the world. Korean Air showed off the flagship of its fleet to the Czech public, a wide-body, double-deck aircraft with four engines. The Airbus 380 carried passengers on the regularly scheduled Seoul – Prague link. This evening, it will return to Seoul carrying both regular passengers and 160 businessmen who took part in the CeBIT international trade fair in Hannover, Germany.
As of Friday 01/31/2014, all airports within the EU will introduce an obligatory detection check in accordance with a European Union Regulation for liquids, aerosol and gels transported on board which serve as baby food or medicaments and for liquids, aerosols and gels sold at airports in sealed safety packages.