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Czech Airlines introduced changes to their lines for the winter season


CZECH REPUBLIC (MEDIAFAX) - Czech Airlines (CSA) in the winter season will enhance service to Budapest, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen, Milan, or the Russian Federation. Mediafax agency on Wednesday said Czech Airlines spokeswoman Hana Hejsková.

More frequent, Czech Airlines also plan on some flights to the Russian Federation or Tel Aviv. Together with our partners so they Airlines operate flights to 68 destinations in 47 countries.

In Düsseldorf, the company doubles the number of daily frequencies, when the current two daily flights will complement the lunch and overnight flights so-called frequency. Traveling to Brussels to be able to choose a new up to four daily flights. Czech Airlines to add second line this morning and promise to improve the frequency of local connections for both business passengers and transfer passengers from Brussels who continue on the lines of Eastern Europe.
A joint lunch menu also extends to the line in Milan, which Czech Airlines will operate three frequencies a new day. The five daily connections to expand the number of flights between Prague and Budapest.

"For travelers from the Hungarian capital to further improve comfort and connection to the majority of Czech Airlines flights to Eastern Europe or to Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi. Offer this type of connection in Budapest are still missing or inadequate," said Czech Airlines' Vice President George Marek. After three weekly frequencies, Czech Airlines also add on flights to Copenhagen or Warsaw.

Czech Airlines resumes and from Prague to Berlin and Stuttgart. In both destinations offer two flights a day morning and evening.

"With the planned changes in the fleet and re ATR72 model, we found sufficient capacity and a new operating model in both destinations. Between Prague and Berlin and Stuttgart will continue," approached the President of Czech Airlines Philippe Moreels. Restoring the connection to Berlin and Stuttgart CSA starts at the end of the summer season, and from 3 September.

The company also plans to expand the retail offer in the Russian Federation. In collaboration with partners to strengthen the company prepares regular flights to Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, St. Petersburg and Ufa. For each destination should accrue one flight per week. New to the schedule of the company will also codeshare cooperation with Tatarstan Air's new direct service between Prague and the Russian Perm.

"Czech Airlines in recent weeks, opened its own sales office in Minsk and Ufa, the other two sales companies and representative offices in Almaty, Kazakhstan Tashkent, Uzbek and will be in operation during August. Czech Airlines that want to strengthen business in Eastern Europe and Central Asia the local partners and to offer clients comprehensive and tailor-made products, "added Hejsková.

Four years ago, a new morning CSA plans to strengthen the scheduled flight to Tel Aviv. Connection with the existing company would have to operate in the winter season 11 weekly frequencies. In partnership with Etihad Airways, Czech Airlines also preparing expansion schedule for additional remote destinations with flights from Abu Dhabi.

Another new upcoming winter season is to change the model for Tashkent and Geneva, which will now fly year-round CSA. On the contrary, due to the high seasonality in the winter season will be the flights to Baku and Lvov. Both destinations will be along with the traditional Venice should reappear on the menu in the summer season next year.

CSA will also introduce the new winter season tariff and product class. They are named: Promo, Standard, Plus, Flex and Business. The first four are in Economy Class travel. Each product represents a class without the appropriate price level of tickets will guarantee package and relevant services, such as different weight limits for luggage options for changing reservations, different amount of miles credited to the frequent flyer program OK Plus, and other services.

"Czech Airlines have long used a model of tariff and non-compliant product classes, which in fact only two to three were actively offered to passengers. This resulted in a limited range of different price levels of tickets, which are mutually different from each other in steps," Mark explained the reasons .

Miroslav Kyncl, kyncl@mediafax.cz

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