Thu, 12 May 2016

Czech Airlines and airberlin to Codeshare

Czech Airlines and airberlin have entered into a codeshare agreement.

airberlin will place its AB code on five routes operated by Czech Airlines specifically between Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Prague as well as from Prague to Ostrava and Koice. airberlin will thus be able to offer its clients up to two nonstop daily connections from Dsseldorf and Frankfurt to Prague and a daily connection between Hamburg and Prague.

Stefan Pichler, Chief Executive Officer airberlin, said, We are pleased to welcome Czech airlines as our 22nd codeshare partner. The partnership enables us to expand our European network. It will allow airberlin to offer more than 85 weekly direct flights between Germany and Prague and new connections to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Especially the new codeshare flights to and from Dusseldorf are strengthening our hub at the river Rhine providing many attractive connecting flights within Europe and on long-haul routes to the US and the Caribbean.

Czech Airlines will add to its schedule a daily connection between Prague and Berlin operated by airberlin. The carrier will also have its OK code on all flights to Keflavik in Iceland, operated by airberlin from Berlin, Dsseldorf and Hamburg.

Jozef Sinčk, Chairman of the Czech Airlines Board of Directors, said, Our co-operation with the airberlin company will provide German customers primarily with improved connectivity between Germany and the Czech Republic and offer them a wider selection of travel destinations in Central and Eastern Europe. It will also help both carriers increase sales and strengthen their business position in both Czech and German markets.

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