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easyJet Plans to Resume Its Operations from Prague in July


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The low-cost carrier easyJet plans to resume its operations from Václav Havel Airport Prague to several destinations during July. The airline plans to start flying to Amsterdam – effective 13 July, to Manchester – effective 16 July, to Edinburgh – effective 17 July and a day later to Milan, Malpensa Airport. Gradually, direct flights from Prague to other destinations should be resumed, namely to Basel, Venice, Naples, Bristol and London, Gatwick Airport. The flights will be operated by Airbus A320 Family aircraft.

Learn more about the flight schedule on the carrier’s website