Smartwings restores flights to Croatia, Ryanair to bring back 20 connections next month

The Czech airline Smartwings restored its flight connection from Prague to Split on Wednesday, which will operate three times a week, Czech Television reports. Further connections between Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Czech airports are to be restored in July.

Czech Airlines, which are currently flying to Paris, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Frankfurt and Stockholm, announced they will restore connections to Kosice, Budapest and London by the end of June.

Meanwhile Ryanair has announced that it will restore twenty flights from Prague from July 1, although the specific destinations of the flights have not yet been announced.

Author: Tom McEnchroe