From June 3rd , Smartwings will operate flights from Prague to London, Heathrow Airport. Flights will operate four times a week on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays.
Flights from Prague to London will be scheduled on Thursday at 9:45, Friday at 14:00, Sunday at 18:50 and Monday at 15:50. The flight back to Prague will depart from London on Thursday at 12:05 pm, Friday at 16:00 pm, Sunday at 20:45 pm and Monday at 17:45 pm.
Currently, Smartwings operates regular flights from Prague to Split, Croatia, Malaga, Spain, Mallorca, the Canary Islands, Madeira, Egypt, as well as Russia. Charter flights run from Prague to the UAE, Djerba, and Tunisia.
As was announced earlier, Smartwings and subsidiary CSA (Czech Airlines) are stranded by the coronavirus crisis and flight cancellations. Smartwings attracts a loan of 2 billion Czech crowns in four banks with an 80% state guarantee.
CSA is in bankruptcy. They register unpaid receivables of about 1.8 billion Czech crowns, of which one billion is in unpaid passenger tickets, and the rest is owed by the supplier’s company.