15.02.2017 at 16:06
WOW, the beginning of 2017 is just incredible!
Low cost airlines announce again and again new routes and plans for expansion and further connect previously unreachable cities.
Ryanair just announced 5 new routes to/from Prague!
The new destinations are Malaga, Budapest, Bologna, Edinburgh and Eindhoven!
The flights will be operated 3 times per week (Bologna, Malaga, Edinburgh), 5 times a week (Budapest) and also daily (Eindhoven).
The new routes will be operated since Winter schedule which starts at the end of October 2017.
The prices are expected at around €20 for one-way flight, which means you will be most likely able to buy return tickets for €40 or even less in low season!
Ryanair aims to transport more than 1 million passengers per year with this new expansion, offering 14 routes from Prague.
The airline also announced increase in frequency of flights to London Stansted which will now have 2 flights per day instead of 1.
Ryanair earlier this year announced another new routes to/from Prague including Krakow, Madrid and Barcelona!
Competitor airline Wizz Air also announced this week a new destination from Prague – Reykjavik in Iceland.
This is excellent news for all fans of low cost traveling and very welcomed new opportunities to visit new destinations from the Czech Republic.