Airlines of the Smartwings Group, Smartwings and Czech Airlines, are resuming flights to 25 additional destinations in July.
In the first week of July, Smartwings will re-launch regular scheduled flights from Prague to seven Greek destinations: Heraklion, Kavala, Kefalonia, Corfu, Kos, Preveza, Rhodes and Zakynthos, four Spanish destinations: Malaga, Mallorca, Tenerife and Valencia, to Cagliari in Italy and Burgas and Varna in Bulgaria. In the second half of July, Smartwings will also add flights to Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Madeira. Smartwings has been operating flights to Split, Croatia, on a daily basis since 25 June 2020.
In the first week of July, scheduled flights will also resume from regional airports. Brno will offer connections to Rhodes, Zakynthos, Corfu, Kos, Heraklion and Burgas, while Ostrava will handle flights to Heraklion and Burgas.
In the first week of July, Czech Airlines will resume flights to Odessa, Rome, Barcelona, Gothenburg, Madrid and Helsinki. The carrier’s flights to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, Stockholm, Bucharest, Košice, Budapest, Keflavik and Kyiv were re-launched in May and June 2020. On 25 June 2020, a new route was launched to London's largest airport, Heathrow, which is now operated daily. Flights to Copenhagen will resume on 24 July 2020.
Re-launches of other routes will take place based on the development of the epidemiological situation in individual countries.
Adherence to strict hygiene standards is still observed aboard Smartwings Group aircraft. Before boarding and throughout the flight, all passengers must wear a face mask covering their mouth and nose. When boarding and disembarking from the aircraft, passengers must maintain a two-metre distance. All payments on board aircraft are contactless only.