Czech Airlines switches strategy to focus on West European markets

Czech Airlines (ČSA) is switching its strategy and dropping flights to Russia in favour of new routes to Western Europe. The daily Newspaper Mladá Fronta Dnes reported Wednesday that new routes to Porto, Athens, Liverpool, Bordeaux, and Stavanger, will be announced for the summer season. The five year old policy of concentrating flights to Russia and other parts of the former Soviet Union has over the last year hit problems with fewer passengers for flights in both directions. The new timetable should be revealed next week.

Author: Chris Johnstone