REGULAR Czech Airlines(ČSA) flights between Žilina and the Czech capital Prague resumed on July 15 after a break of more than 25 years, the news wire TASR reported.
During the opening ceremony of a newly built terminal at Žilina airport in Dolný Hričov, ČSA President Jaroslav Tvrdík said he was convinced that the route’s commercial success would soon enable the company to increase the number of flights.
If his assumption is correct, ČSA will introduce larger planes on the route.
Compiled by Marta Ďurianová from press reports
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18. Jul 2005 at 11:39