Ryanair to resume flights between Prague and Dublin, London

The Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair will resume flights from Prague to Dublin and London, the airline said in a press release on Thursday. Beginning in April, Ryanair plans to operate five weekly connections between the Czech capital and Dublin; flights to and from London Stansted should be scheduled every day of the week. The company hopes to annually transport 180,000 passengers on the two connections. Ryanair stopped offering these connections in 2010, after Prague airport refused to lower its fees for the low-cost airline.

Author: Jan Richter