6 SEPTEMBER 2010
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CSA, the Czech airline, is to withdraw from a number of European routes at the end of the summer season effective 31 October. These include Prague to Heathrow and Manchester and also to Brno, Cologne and Munich. The loss-making Skyteam member is also changing frequencies on other European routes. Prague is well served from the London area with British Airways at Heathrow, easyJet offering services from Gatwick and Stansted, and also Wizz Air at Luton. The financial incentive in selling the Heathrow slots could be worth several years’ operational profit into the airport. www.czechairlines.co.uk
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