announces a new route from Prague to Newcastle

Flights begin 5th November 2010 and operate three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays – perfect for a short break in the UK. Fares start from just 1005CZK one way including tax. Seats are on sale now.

This new route will provide the people of Prague and the surrounding areas direct access to the fabulous lively city of Newcastle and the beautiful surrounding countryside of North East England. Likewise, the people from these areas will have the opportunity to fly directly to the ever popular city break destination of Prague and the vicinity.

The Chief Executive of, Philip Meeson, said, “We are thrilled to launch this direct service between Prague and the exciting city of Newcastle.  The launch of this service continues our route expansion from Prague airport.  I am sure this will be a very popular route for our passengers in Newcastle and it also offers passengers from Prague an efficient and award-winning service with friendly low fares.  “With flights starting from only 1005CZK one way including taxes, there really is no excuse not to make the journey from Prague and to experience a fantastic part of the UK.”
The expansion of in Prague has been equally welcomed by Stanislav Zeman, Executive Director, Aviation Business and Marketing of Prague Airport who said "We are delighted that have announced a fourth route from Prague airport to Newcastle and look forward to continuing the good relationship we have built up over the last few years".  

Newcastle is an exciting and dynamic city which has undergone a huge transformation in recent years to become a favourite city break destination.  It was also recently voted England’s friendliest city!   Situated on the banks of the river Tyne the city is famous for its many bridges.  It has stunning modern architecture as well as historic buildings, fantastic shopping, (including the largest shopping centre in Europe) and a lively nightlife and cultural scene.  The countryside near Newcastle is stunning – follow the coastal trail to see the many castles of Northumberland – maybe stopping off to visit Alnwick castle, the castle used as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films.  
Also in the region is the amazing attraction of Hadrians’s wall – the wall built by the Romans in AD122 across the whole width of Northern England to mark and defend their territory. This World Heritage site is one of the most visited attractions in the North of England. also flies from Prague to the UK cities of Edinburgh, Manchester and Leeds year round.

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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 2009/2010 summer season, passengers will have access to 50 airlines connecting Prague directly with 131 destinations around the globe.

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