Prague Airport will offer direct connections this winter season to 90 destinations in 38 countries around the globe
The winter schedule will get underway at Václav Havel Airport Prague on Sunday, October 27. 52 airlines plan operations at the airport during the period running from the end of October until March 29, 2014. 47 are passenger airlines and five are air cargo transporters. The winter flight schedule includes regularly scheduled connections to 90 destinations in 38 countries. The number of regularly scheduled direct passenger transport routes will increase slightly year-on-year to 85.
The network of regularly scheduled connections flying out of Prague's international airport will expand in the 2014 summer flight season to include a new long-distance link. The new regular connection to Toronto and Montréal will be flown by the Canadian company Air Transat.
The main runway for takeoffs and landings, RWY 06/24 is being put back into service in the evening hours today, after having completed the second and concluding phase of general reconstruction. With the reconstruction, Václav Havel Airport Prague now has a quality runway with a concrete surface built to last decades. The main runway will be used for the majority of operations, with the alternate runway once again being put into service only when meteorological conditions prevent takeoffs and landings on the main runway.
At its meeting today, the Czech Airlines Supervisory Board was informed about Jiří Marek´s decision received to leave his post as Czech Airlines Vice-president for Sales and Marketing and resign from the position of Member of the Board of Directors. In October, the position of Czech Airlines Vice-president for Sales and Marketing and Member of the Czech Airlines Board of Directors will be performed by Jozef Sinčák who will by then have resigned from his current position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive Director for Business and Corporate Services of Prague Airport. Mr. Sinčák will be replaced at Prague Airport in both capacities by Marta Guthová who will, prior to her appointment to the company management, resign from her positions of Member of the Board of Directors and Director for Purchases, Sales and Marketing of Czech Aeroholding, the mother company of Prague Airport. The vacated position on the Czech Aeroholding Board of Directors will then be assumed by Jozef Sinčák. All mentioned personnel changes within the Czech Aeroholding Group are subject to the approval of the Statutory Bodies of all companies involved during the month of October. The Statutory Bodies will elect new members of their Boards of Directors at that time (at both daughter companies, members of the Boards of Directors are elected at the company General Meeting, at Czech Aeroholding, members of the Board of Directors are elected by the Supervisory Board). A General Meeting of Czech Airlines will be called towards the end of October to accept Mr. Marek’s resignation from his post as Member of the Board of Directors and appoint Mr. Sinčák to the vacated position.
On Friday 20 September the Václav Havel Airport Prague saw off the first aircraft of the new Lithuanian airline Air Lituanica.
Václav Havel Airport Prague to Invite Guests to Prestigious International Air Safety Conference – Airport Security Conference 2013
An international conference entitled Airport Security Conference 2013 will be held at Václav Havel Airport Prague September 17-18. Representatives of aviation safety units and airlines from around the world will attend the meeting. The goal is to exchange experience in the area of air safety.
A bakery has opened this weekend at Václav Havel Airport Prague, part of the PAUL Bakery chain from France. The chain offers gourmet snacks at an attractive price: CZK 99 for a fresh baguette and a soft drink – a meal for less than a hundred crowns. Travelers can sample the best of traditional French baking and pastries in both terminals.
British airline Jet2.com celebrates ten years at Václav Havel Airport Prague with increased frequency and new year-round UK destination.
Czech Aeroholding, Prague Airport and Incheon International Airport Corporation Sign Partnership Agreement
The formal signing of a Partnership Agreement between Czech Aeroholding, its subsidiary Prague Airport and Incheon International Airport Corporation took place at Václav Havel Airport Prague Airport today. Incheon International Airport Corporation operates the chief international Airport in South Korea, Incheon International Airport. The agreement focuses on close collaboration in developing new connections between Prague and Seoul, in exchanging information and experience and engaging in joint marketing activities.
Tomorrow, Václav Havel Airport Prague will note the 80th anniversary of the start of construction. Over its eight decades, the airport's surface area has doubled in size and it has handled more than two hundred billion passengers on more than four million flights. Currently, the Ruzyně airport has direct connections to 111 destinations around the globe.