Air traffic at Prague Airport is slowly coming back online, with several European carriers resuming flights or announcing plans to do so.
In April, the airport saw traffic plummet by 99.6 percent, handling only 5,031 passengers. By the end of the month, there were only two regular flights to Minsk and Sofia.
The situation has started to improve in May. KLM resumed flights to Amsterdam, and Eurowings resumed flights to Düsseldorf. Czech Airlines is now flying to Paris, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt and will add connections to Stockholm and Bucharest.
Beginning in June, Lufthansa says it will resume Prague to Frankfurt. Air France will start flying from Prague to Paris on 3 June. Finnair plans to continue flights from Prague to Helsinki in July.