Earlier today, Czech Airlines and airberlin launched their code-share-based co-operation. Both carriers will thus be able to add new routes and destinations to their schedules. Czech Airlines clients will enjoy direct flights between Prague and Berlin or a daily connection to Keflavik in Iceland under OK code, while airberlin customers will profit from a better connectivity between Germany and the Czech Republic or Slovakia.
Czech Airlines will add to its schedule a daily connection between Prague and Berlin operated by airberlin. The carrier will also have its OK code on all flights to Keflavik in Iceland, operated by airberlin from Berlin, Düsseldorf and Hamburg, connecting to the Czech Airlines arrivals from Prague. Czech tourists will thus be able to enjoy a daily connection to Keflavik during the main summer season, without lengthy wait for a connecting flight.
airberlin will place its AB code on five routes operated by Czech Airlines – specifically between Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Prague as well as from Prague to Ostrava and Košice. airberlin will thus be able to offer its clients up to two nonstop daily connections from Düsseldorf and Frankfurt to Prague and a daily connection between Hamburg and Prague.
Tickets are bookable as of today through airberlin.com or czechairlines.com, travel agencies and via the service centres of both airlines.