Cheap flights carrier Wizz Air has announced that it will be launching six new flights from Prague International Airport starting from February 19th.
Its expanded network will include flights to London Luton, Rome, Milan Bergamo, Brussels Charleroi, Paris Beauvais and Eindhoven.
Most new services will begin in February, while flights to Paris and Eindhoven will commence on July 25th.
Commenting on the new flights from the Czech capital, Jozsef Varadi, chief executive officer of the Hungarian airline, said that it was a "logical and well-timed" decision that would allow the airline to expand in central and eastern Europe.
"We aim at becoming the leading low cost carrier in the Czech Republic in the coming years as in our other home markets," he said.
Ukraine’s first low-cost airline launched a new twice-weekly flight between Kiev and Oslo Torp on January 5th.
The carrier has also recently launched flights from Kiev to Dortmund Cologne and Katowice.