Read the hottest airline news. To begin with – Ryanair. This Irish lowcost airline will dramatically reduce its operations to Finland for profitability reasons. The carrier will give up the flights to Turku Airport altogether for the winter season as of November.
In addition the reduction will affect its flights to Tampere and Lappeenranta as well. These will be reduced by half.
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Hi guys, it is time for our weekly preview of the latest development in the world of aviation – new routes and services as well as other news from the low-cost airlines and traditional carriers.
We begin with some breaking figures from Brussels Airport. The summer schedule, which has been in effect for a couple of days, is truly impressive in that it includes as much as 80 airlines operating services to 214 destinations. Among the newcomers is the renowned and constantly expanding Qatar Airways, whereas among the new destinations until recently now available from Brussels are Doha and Liverpool.
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On Sunday 29.3.2009, operations at Prague Airport will commence according to the new flight timetable for the 2009 summer season. 50 airlines plan to operate direct flights to 127 destinations in 52 countries during the period from the end of March to 24th October. The countries with the greatest number of destinations served from Prague are Great Britain and Italy with eleven, Germany and Russia with nine, and Spain and Greece with seven destinations. The most flights will head to Paris/Charles de Gaulle Airport, Frankfurt, Moscow/Sheremetyevo, Munich and Amsterdam.
The summer flight timetable will bring a number of new features to Prague Airport’s operations. Czech Airlines have prepared two new routes to Central Asia and the expansion of connections to destinations in western and south-eastern Europe, as well as to the Near and Middle East. During the period of validity of the summer flight timetable, Czech Airlines will fly to 70 destinations in 42 countries and will offer flights to a total of 134 destinations in 47 countries in association with the airline’s partner carriers. The company will publish more detailed information on the 2009 summer season during the course of this week.
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