Czech Airlines (CSA) is the national airline of the Czech Republic. The airline is based at Václav Havel Airport Prague in Ruzyně, Prague. CSA has been a member of SkyTeam since 2001 and operates scheduled flights to 85 destinations in 35 countries (including codeshare agreements).
Domestic destinations the airline flies to is Czech Republic (Prague). International routes include flights to Iceland, Spain, Germany, South Korea, Italy, Finland, Greece, Lebanon, Mexico, Malta, Latvia, Denmark, Croatia, Portugal, Slovakia, Romania, Cyprus, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Vietnam, Sweden, USA and France.
This airline has a standard economy class, where passengers can choose to travel in comfort at a great price. Within the economy class, there are 3 different package types which you can use to customise your flight experience.
In the LITE package, passengers can choose to fly cheaply and only pay for what they want. This fare includes cabin baggage only and no checked baggage. If passengers would like to select their seat or add checked baggage, they can do so by purchasing these options.
The PLUS package includes the cabin baggage that is included in the LITE, which is additional to a small personal item, 1 piece of checked baggage plus the option to select a seat.
In the economy flex package, passengers get everything they need for a great flight. Passengers have all the cabin and checked baggage included in the PLUS, with the advantage of having a flexible ticket which allows changes to the departure or arrival dates for the fare difference only, and with a small fee for the option of cancelling a ticket. In addition, on board, passengers will receive the SkyPriority service and light snacks during the flight.
You can stay entertained onboard with CSA Czech Airline's in-flight entertainment, 'mywings' magazines, meals and beverages on medium and long-haul flights. Passengers on a short-haul flight can order hot or cold meals in advance. Throughout the flight on the Airbus A330, you can keep updated with the flight information through personal inflight screens.Short-haul flights on the other hand does not provide in-flight entertainment.
Business Class on this airline provides a luxurious flight with additions that make your flight more comfortable. There are two ticket fare options to choose from when flying in business. The details of which can be found here:
Passengers can experience maximum comfort in this premium class, with fully flexible tickets, comfier and roomier seats, with premium drinks and food served on board by the friendly and attentive cabin crew.
In business lite, passengers can enjoy the premium travel experience, without the extra flexibility that the business package provides. This is ideal for passengers who are sure of their travel dates and will not want to make any changes, so wish to keep the cost down of their premium tickets.
You have the option to pay in Cash or with your Card for food and hot and cold beverages onboard. You can stay entertained onboard with CSA Czech Airline's in-flight magazines, 'mywings'. On long-haul flights, there are flat-beds provided in business class as well as free meals and snacks.
CSA Czech Airlines provides a lounge service for Business Class Passengers where you can relax before your flight and enjoy some snacks. Business Class Passengers are also offered a priority service.
The airline allows certain baggage policies depending on the fare chosen.
Business Tariff package - 2 x pieces of up to 12kg combined
Flexi Tariff - 1 piece of baggage of up to 12kg
Standard Tariff and Value Tariff Package are allowed 1 piece of up to 8kg.
Business Class - 2 x pieces of baggage of up 32kg
Flex Tariff - 2 pieces of up to 23kg
Standard Tariff - 1 piece of up to 15kg for Area 1 and 1 piece of up to 23kg in Area 2
Online check-in is available through the CSA Czech Airlines online check-in page. Online check-in opens 36 hours before flight departure and is available up until one hour before. Passengers must enter their surname and booking reference in order to check-in for their flight.
To check-in at the airport, passengers must visit one of the CSA Czech Airlines check-in desks at the terminal departure. The airline suggests that passengers get to the airport for check-in at least two hours before their flight for long-haul flights and at least one hour before for short-haul flights.
Airport check-in closes 40 minutes before flight time on all flights leaving from Václav Havel Airport, Prague, except for services to Beirut and Riyadh, in which airport check-in closes 60 minutes before.
Czech Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called OK Plus to reward regular travellers with the airline. This program is designed for travellers with CSA and their partners in the SkyTeam Alliance. Program members can earn miles for most of the flights with Czech Airlines and its partners, which can subsequently use for the rewards.
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Václav Havel Airport Prague is the international airport of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The airport is located west of the city centre. It serves as a hub for Czech Airlines as well as a base for Travel Service Airlines including its subsidiary SmartWings, and is also a base for low-cost carrier Wizz Air. Other airlines that fly to this airport include Alitalia, British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian, Vueling and in the future, Joon, Air France's subsidiary.
The airlines' fleet consists of Airbus A330, Airbus A319, ATR72 and 737-800.
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22nd June 2018
The Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) won 5 new line maintenance customers which include: American Airlines, Cyprus Airways, Air Cairo and Go2Sky. These airlines operate their flights from Václav Havel Airport Prague. The mechanics will also provide line maintenance services for the Russian’s Pobeda aircraft servicing the airline’s route to Moscow from Airport Karlovy Vary.