Czech Airlines to add routes despite bankruptcy

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The Czech Airlines (CSA) will renew further connections in the coming weeks and increase flights to European destinations, reported the Prague Business Journal.

It will fly, for example, to Odessa, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Iceland, and Malta, CSA informed Monday. The airlines will expand their operations even though they are currently in bankruptcy and are planning a reorganization.

At present, CSA operates regular flights to Paris (daily), Stockholm (three times a week), Kyiv (daily), and Moscow (three times a week). In the coming weeks, these lines will be strengthened by additional connections. The carrier pointed out that the gradual resumption of operations depends on developing the epidemiological situation in individual countries and the relaxation of travel arrangements.

At the same time, CSA extended the possibility of changing the date for booking tickets free of charge until the end of June.

The newly selected flight must take place no later than March 31 next year. CSA is currently in bankruptcy, which was imposed on them by a court on its motion. The company records unpaid receivables for approximately CZK 1.8 billion (EUR 69 million), of which one billion in overdue or unpaid passenger tickets, and the company owes the rest to suppliers. (source: Prague Business Journal)

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