KLM To Resume Prague-Amsterdam Flights In May

Prague International Airport Vaclav Havel Airport

KLM will resume its Prague to Amsterdam route in May.

The carrier has already notified Prague Airport of its intent to resume operations.

According to the carrier’s reservation system, the first flights could be on 4 May.

The airport currently handles two scheduled flights per day, Belavia flies from Prague to Minsk and Bulgaria Air to Sofia. 

The resumption of operations at Prague Airport will be gradual and depend primarily on passenger interest and airlines in reestablishing routes. The airport is ready to handle additional flights immediately, a spokesman said.

Travelers arriving in the Czech Republic will have to provide a negative COVID-19 test or quarantine for two-weeks.