Czech Airlines has launched new flights to destinations in eastern Europe as part of its 2009-10 winter schedule.
It has increased its number of flights to Moscow to three per day, while a fourth is commencing as part of a codeshare agreement with Russian carrier Aeroflot.
Elsewhere, flights to Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don and Minsk are increasing in frequency, as are routes to Tbilisi and Yerevan.
During the busy festive session, Czech is also increasing its number of flights to Beirut, Barcelona, Bologna and Ljubljana.
In terms of its charter operations, the airline is offering brand new destinations by beginning routes to the Colombian island of San Andres and Liberia in north-west Costa Rica.
The winter schedule, which took effect on October 25th, will remain operational until March 27th.
During the period, Czech Airlines will operate flights to 138 destinations in 46 countries around the world.
Last month, the carrier agreed to enter into a codeshare agreement with China Eastern Airlines on the route between Frankfurt and Shanghai.