Czech Airlines (CSA) will substantially expand its services for the next summer season. Its summer flight schedule will offer scheduled flights to 15 destinations in 14 countries as the airline is resuming traditional services that it had to discontinue due to the coronavirus pandemic. Flight tickets are now available in all distribution channels.
Next summer, CSA will fly again from Prague to Brussels, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Bucharest, Malta, and Island. CSA is also reintroducing regular flights between Prague and Sofia, Bulgaria, 10 years after the service was discontinued in March 2012.
The airline will continue operating regular flights to Paris, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Moscow, and Kyiv.
CSA services from Prague – 2022 summer flight schedule (March 27 - October 29):
Under the winter flight schedule, CSA operates scheduled flights to Paris (daily), Stockholm (twice a week), Copenhagen (twice a day), Moscow (three times a week) and Kyiv (daily). Flights to more than 15 other destinations are available under code-share agreements with partner airlines. Clients can purchase flight tickets for CSA services on the Czech Airlines and Smartwings websites and at flight ticket vendors.
With respect to the situation caused by the Covid- 19 pandemic, Czech Airlines offers its clients free rebooking by 31 December 2021. Together with their flight tickets, passengers can purchase a travel insurance policy on the CSA website, complete with coverage of the costs associated with contracting the COVID-19 disease.
CSA OK Plus loyalty program continues to respect pandemic-related travel restrictions: validity of miles collected on OK Plus member accounts will be automatically extended and will not expire. OK Plus members will be able to continue collecting miles for flights with CSA and partner airlines as well as for purchases at non-airline partners and to use the miles to buy e.g., bonus flight tickets with CSA and its SkyTeam global alliance partners.
Czech Airlines´ priority is to ensure maximum safety for passengers on board its airplanes and the company applies stringent hygienic standards. Passengers are allowed to board Czech Airlines aircraft only with a respirator.