Air traffic over Czech Republic doubles

Air-traffic over Czech territory has more than doubled since the year 2,000 according to data released by the air traffic controller company RLP. This is ascribed to the arrival of low-cost air carriers to central Europe and low over-flight fees. The densest traffic is around Prague’s main airport Ruzyne, but traffic around the country’s regional airports in Brno, Ostrava and Karlovy Vary has also grown sharply.