LONDON – Flag carrier Czech Airlines (OK) is set to resume service to five more European destinations for the months of May and June. OK has resumed scheduled flights between Prague and Copenhagen as of Wednesday, May 12. The route will be flown four days a week, with the frequency rising to regular flights in the future.
Flights to Odesa, Keflavik, Amsterdam, and Malta are expected to resume in June. The resumption of OK’s operations is contingent on the removal of travel restrictions levied by the respective countries due to the current epidemiological situation.
The company currently offers four weekly flights to Paris, two weekly flights to Stockholm, regular flights to Kyiv, and weekly flights to Moscow (three per week). As of June, the number of flights to these destinations is expected to increase as follows:
- Copenhagen – as of 12 May 2021, increasing frequency of flights up to daily
- Odesa – as of 1 June 2021, twice a week
- Keflavik – as of 2 June 2021, up to four times a week
- Amsterdam – as of 4 June 2021, up to daily
- Malta – as of 12 June 2021, once a week
Featured image: Czech Airlines OK-REQ Airbus A319-112. Photo: Ervin Eslami/Airways