Czech Airlines (ČSA) will resume operations on four routes beginning 18 May to Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm, and Amsterdam. The company expects to add additional routes as conditions allow in the following weeks. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company stopped all scheduled flights to and from the Czech Republic in March.
CSA joins several carriers that have already resumed operations at Prague Airport. The first carrier was Eurowings Airlines, with connections to Düssledorf. Then, KLM resumed daily flights to Amsterdam. Bulgaria Air and Belavia are also operating regular flights to Sofia and Minsk.
In March, the parent company of CSA, Smartwings group, halted all flights to and from the Czech Republic, bounding over 90 percent of its fleet. The entire group moved 4,900 passengers in April, which is one percent of the volume they handled in the same period last year.