Effective the end of May 2021, AnadoluJet air carrier, a trademark of Turkish Airlines, plans to launch a new service between Prague and the popular holiday resort of Antalya. The route represents another connection to Turkey, available to passengers from Václav Havel Airport Prague throughout the 2021 summer season, provided they comply with all currently implemented conditions for travel.
Direct flights, operated by Boeing 737-800 up to three times a week on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, are to be available from 27 May 2021. Tickets will be offered for sale via the www.anadolujet.com and www.turkishairlines.com websites.
Passengers are currently able to use direct air connections to approximately 35 destinations in 21 countries worldwide, including charter flights. The schedule features both currently operated flights and services re-launched from Prague by air carriers after a break with the start of the summer season. The list of offered routes should continue to increase following the resumption of operations in the coming months.
Passengers can now find on the Prague Airport’s website a detailed overview of available connections, including a list of airlines offering flights to a particular destination, which is updated on a regular basis. Interested parties can use a convenient link from the overview to the airline's website, offering the most up-to-date information about the flight schedule and the option of booking tickets directly on the website. Selected destinations also feature interesting local details for travellers.
Throughout the 2021 summer season, it remains recommended to passengers with scheduled flights to review all currently valid conditions for travel before the trip. This includes both the conditions implemented in their final destination and the measures governing their return to the Czech Republic, thus avoiding possible complications during check-in and border control. Passengers should also be aware of all applicable measures aboard their airline-operated aircraft as well as measures implemented at Prague Airport, which meet high standards and comply with all requirements of international organisations. The set airport standards were approved by the issuance of the international ACI Airport Health Accreditation certification, which proves that the high level of working protective measures leads to greater safety of passengers flying via Prague.