Letecká společnost Blue Air přidává od září linku do Milána

letecká společnost Blue Air dnes oznámila, že spustí novou přímou linku mezi Prahou a Milánem. Od 20. září 2021 bude na letiště Linate létat Boeingem 737 až třikrát týdně, vždy v pondělí, ve středu a v pátek. Letenky budou v prodeji na webových stránkách dopravce www.flyblueair.com.

„Praha a Česká republika jsou mezi italskými turisty velmi oblíbené a nové spojení společnosti Blue Air podpoří rovněž příjezdový cestovní ruch. Díky této lince tak vzniknou další možnosti pro cestování mezi Prahou a Milánem. Rozhodnutí společnosti Blue Air zahájit již druhé přímé spojení z Letiště Václava Havla Praha v této letní sezóně navíc dává další pozitivní signál pro obnovení provozu, ” řekl Jaroslav Filip, ředitel leteckého obchodu Letiště Praha.

Blue Air launches new route from Prague to Milan Linate effective September 2021

Effective September 20th, Blue Air announces direct services from Prague to Milan Linate, becoming the only airline connecting Prague with Linate. All routes will be served by Boeing 737 jet.

The flights are already available for booking and ticket prices start at 14.99 EUR/one way – taxes, fees and one free change included.

Starting September 20th, 2021, Blue Air will be operating 3 weekly services on the route Prague – Milan Linate, according to the following schedule:

  • Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

LIN 0635    PRG  0750

PRG 0835  LIN  0955   

*local times

Krassimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer, Blue Air:We are happy and thrilled to announce Blue Air direct flights between Prague and Milan Linate, thus becoming the only airline operating the route. This new route provides a unique opportunity for Blue Air to offer travelers an additional travel choice between the two ever-popular destinations, setting a new pivotal milestone in Blue Air’s Network Strategy, and confirming our commitment to deliver best-in-class ultra-low cost airline experience to the benefit of our customers who can now enjoy more travel options at affordable prices”.

Jaroslav Filip, Prague Airport Aviation Business Director, said: “Prague and the Czech Republic is very popular among Italian tourists and the new route by Blue Air will support the incoming tourism. Thanks to this connection they will have now more possibilities for travels between Prague and Milan. Blue Air’s decision to launch second direct service in this summer season gave us positive signal for the operations resumption. ”

About Blue Air:

Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline by number of passengers transported, with an Ultra – Low – Cost (ULC) business model and with an approach centered on passenger needs.

With a team of over 1,000 aviation enthusiasts, Blue Air has an impeccable flight safety record. The company operates Boeing 737 aircraft. In its 16 years of operation, Blue Air has carried more than 30 million passengers and flown over 340 million kilometers. The company is certified IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for exceptional operating standards and is a full IATA member.