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ČSA plans to restore flights to Poprad

THE CZECH Republic's national air carrier, České aerolínie (ČSA), announced May 6 that it will start using the Poprad-Tatry airport for international flights, the Hospodárske noviny business daily reported.

"From now on it is only a matter of technical talks between Vysoké Tatry or the city of Poprad and ČSA to set the parameters of which routes it will be," said Minister of Transport Pavol Prokopovič following negotiations with ČSA.

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