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Russian national carrier begins joint operations with Czech Airlines

Russian national carrier begins joint operations with Czech Airlines

Aeroflot and Czech Airlines have announced that they have started joint operations on flights between Prague and Zhilina and Prague and Skopie.

Under the alliance, the Russian flagship carrier will see the Prague-Zhilina and Prague-Skopie routes become an addition to their flight network, with Czech Airlines already working alongside Aeroflot as a marketing partner on flights from Moscow to Irkutsk, Barnaul, Omsk and Kemerovo.

The Prague-Zhilina flight will be operated by Czech’s ATR 42 aircraft, while the Prague-Skopie route will be serviced by Boeing 737s.

Commenting on the new locations, an Aeroflot press release said: "Both destinations are popular tourist and business directions among Russian passengers."

Aeroflot now has 33 joint operation agreements on flights with both domestic and foreign carriers, which allows the Russian airline to expand its network and offer greater choice to its passengers.

The airline offers between two and four daily flights from London to Moscow as well as two direct weekly flights between London and Tokyo.

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