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16.04.2014 15:48 | Changes in the CSA Czech Airlines fleet

CSA Czech Airlines are acquiring an Airbus A320-216 (to be registered OK-NES during the first half of the year). The plane was manufactured in 2008 as c/n 3448 and currently flies with the Malaysian AirAsia (9M-AHI). On the other hand, the ATR72-212A registered F-GRPK is expected to return from lease with CSA to Air Corsica end June.

09.04.2014 21:51 | Malmö Aviation preferring Berlin charters to the Prague route flown last year

The Swedish regional airline Malmö Aviation is not expected to offer its regular Umea - Prague charters this year. An Avro RJ-100 could have been seen on the route twice a week during April and May 2013. Malmö Aviation flights from the north-eastern Umea to Berlin-Tegel are expected to fly from 18.04. till 11.05.2014, with the same frequency.

27.03.2014 09:05 | First plane to support this year's summer season arrived to Travel Service Prague base

An Airbus 320-211 (YL-LCE) of the Latvian SmarLynx Airlines arrived from Riga to Prague this morning, to support Travel Service summer flights. The airplane is in operation since 1992 and is well known in the Czech Republic, with a record of helping Travel Service in 2009, 2010 and 2013. Its first QS flight, to Rome, is scheduled for tomorrow. The long-term partnership of SmartLynx and Travel Service results in leasing A320s every summer (2 planes planned for this season). A fleet of 39 aircraft is planned for this season at Travel Service (28 B737-800s, 2 B737-700s and 9 A320s). Most of them is scheduled to fly from Prague - 14 company B737-800s, 2 B737-700s and 1 A320 of CSA (OK-LEG); Bratislava expects 5 planes - 2 B737-800s and 3 A320s of CSA (OK-LEF, -LEE, -MEI); Warsaw 5 as well - 4 company B737-800s and 1 of Sunwing Airlines (C-FYLC). 3 B737-800s will be prepared for combined flights from Paris and Canary Islands; 2 A320s (OK-HCB and OM-HCA Travel Service Slovakia) will be based in Brno and a single airplane will stay in Ostrava (a SmartLynx A320 - YL-LCE), Budapest (a SmartLynx A320 - YL-LCD), London Gatwick (B737-800 - C-FTDW Sunwing), Poznan (a Hermes Airlines A320 - SX-BHV) and Zurich (a company B737-800). A long-term lease of OK-TVU and OK-TVV to Oman Air will continue all the time. The expected bases and numbers can change based on the current market situation.

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