Take a stroll along the La Rambla, relax on the Barceloneta Beach or enjoy a typical Spanish paella. Starting 19 July 2021, you can travel to the Catalan capital aboard easyJet flights. Today, the carrier has announced the launch of its new connection to Barcelona, to be operated from Václav Havel Airport Prague up to three times a week. Passengers are now also able to use the resumed route to Amsterdam, where easyJet will fly up to four times a week. In addition, effective the beginning of July 2021, easyJet is also to resume its regularly service to Geneva with a twice-weekly frequency.
"Spain has long been a sought-after tourist destination year-round. The launch of the new easyJet service confirms the trend and will provide an alternative way of travelling between Prague and Barcelona during the main season. Thanks to the direct flights scheduled for Mondays, Fridays and Sundays, Czechs will also be able to enjoy nice long weekends in Barcelona,” Jaroslav Filip, Director of Prague Airport Aviation Business, said.
“We know our customers can’t wait to explore Europe, escape to the sun or be reunited with friends and family, so we have added a new route to Barcelona to further strengthen our offer from Prague, already connecting to popular European destinations such as Amsterdam, Geneva, Milan, London and more, providing customers with even more choice. We continue to have some of the most flexible policies currently in place so customers can book with confidence and change their plans if they need to, making travel as easy as possible this summer and autumn,” Thomas Haagensen, Group Markets & Marketing Director of easyJet, commented.
The carrier plans to operate the route from Prague using Airbus A320 Family. A complex overview of flight schedule and ticket booking options are available via the carrier’s website: www.easyjet.com.
Passengers with scheduled flights are obliged 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. At check-in, passengers are to present a completed Country Entry Form, if required by their final destination, a printed Covid-19 negative test result, vaccination certificate or doctor’s note confirming they have had Covid-19 and, naturally, a valid travel document. Throughout the 2021 summer season, passengers should be arriving at the airport allowing enough time, i.e., at least three hours prior to the scheduled departure of their flight.
Prague Airport has prepared a special website for passengers with current overview of available connections from Prague, including important travel information and additional interesting facts.