Effective mid-September, Czech Airlines launches regular operations on the Prague – Gothenburg route, flying to the second largest city in Sweden. The service will be interlinked with the Prague – Hamburg connection and operated six times a week by an ATR 72 type aircraft.
Thanks to the launch of the Gothenburg connection, Czech Airlines connects the largest city in the south of Sweden with Hamburg and Prague. Czech Airlines will operate the Prague – Gothenburg route with a stop in Hamburg. Passengers, travelling from Prague to Sweden (and wise versa) will not have to leave the aircraft in Hamburg. In just 25 minutes, during which the passengers terminating their journey in Hamburg will leave the aircraft and new passengers will be boarded, including their luggage and transported cargo, the aircraft will continue either to Prague or Gothenburg.
Czech Airlines will introduce the same system of one-way tariffs on the Gothenburg route as currently in place on the carrier’s Stockholm - Prague route. Passengers will thus be able to easily combine and use all advantages of one-way tickets on both routes, allowing them, e. g. to plan a stay or a long weekend in both Gothenburg and Stockholm - the two largest cities in Sweden, without having to return to the original arrival destination.
Moreover, OK Plus members can earn double miles on these flights. The promotion applies to tickets purchased till 30 November with flight date till the end of 2014 on flights between Prague and Gothenburg as well as on flights between Hamburg and Gothenburg. Register for the promotion before the purchase of a ticket and do not miss your double miles.