In the winter flight schedule, Ryanair counts on 28 routes from Prague.
The competition on the flights between Prague and Italian cities will intensify again. Ryanair will start flying to Naples, Italy, from October 31.
The largest European airlines have started selling tickets today, the route will be operated by Malta Air from the Naples base. The start of the line was confirmed by the spokesperson of Prague Airport Kateřina Pavlíková. There are four flights a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, each day with a different departure time. Ticket prices start at CZK 1,500 for a return ticket, but due to the market situation, a reduction can be expected.
Unexpectedly great competition will arise in Prague for connections to the third largest city in Italy: from September, easyJet (2-5 flights per week, depending on the month) and Wizz Air (new route, two flights per week) are going to resume the same route.
Ryanair will also resume flights to Barcelona, Billund, Paris, Beauvais and Manchester from the winter. In winter, it will offer connections from Prague to 28 destinations. Today, the carrier sent its latest addition to the fleet to London for the first time from London: the Boeing 737-8200. It is a 737 MAX aircraft in a version for 197 passengers.
Another new line and Boeing 737-8200 “Gamechanger” for the first time in Prague! ???? @Ryanair will open a line to Naples from the winter season. It will also resume flights to Barcelona, Billund, Paris and Manchester. In total, it offers connections to 2-8️⃣ destinations. Booking tickets ➡️ https://t.co/bu2mDHBnvi #flyfromPRG pic.twitter.com/JrC8UQnVkk
— Prague Airport (@PragueAirport) July 30, 2021