Prague Smartwings will start its flights to Greece on Saturday. The first flight will depart for Kos, and on Sunday the company will leave for Karta and Rhodes. Gradually, airlines operating during the summer season will expand their regular traffic to the Czech Republic to 11 destinations, and to six other Czech cities, charter flights will start. Vladimir Dovkov Smartwings said the lines would fly from Prague, Brno and Ostrava.
Smartwings will fly to 17 Czech cities during the season. Most of them are flown by airlines during the summer season every day. These are the destinations of Kos, Heraklion, Rhodes, Smos, Chania, Corfu, Solu, Zakynthos, Preveza, Kefalonia and Karpathos. To six other cities, specifically Kavala, Skiathos, Kitira, Kalamata, Limnos and Santorini, the carrier will operate charter flights.
During the summer season, which runs until June, Smartwings with SA subsidiaries flies from Czech flights regularly to a total of 77 destinations in Greece, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Croatia, Israel, Egypt, Turkey and Tunisia. , United Arab Emirates, Cape Verde, Netherlands, widows, Denmark, Russia, Malta, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Iceland. Since the arrest in May, airlines have been flying not only from Prague, but also from regional flights in Brno and Ostrava. However, the line’s recovery will depend on the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic. He has transported air carriers from his warehouses in Poland, France, Hungary, Slovakia and the Canary Islands.
Smartwings has found itself in economic trouble due to the Coronavirus crisis and years. The company will now pay those banks for two billion crowns. The total financial carrier will exceed 7 billion crowns, and shareholders should provide pensions, support for rental companies and restructurings. The company’s debt is about 6.6 billion kroner. On the contrary, the SA daughter, who is now in tatters, has yet to appear in the loan. He imposed a lawsuit on them after their movement. The SA Bag did not turn off.
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