Czech Airlines on Monday resumed passenger flights to three destinations after a break of two months caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Czech Airlines is now flying to Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.
The carrier, which is part of the Smartwings Group, also plans to resume operation on its lines to Kiev and Odessa later in May, provided mandatory quarantine restrictions are terminated in Ukraine by then.
Czech Airlines and Smartwings suspended all flights from and to the Czech Republic on March 13 after the government declared state of emergency, grounding 23 planes at the country’s four international airports.
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