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Silver Air is a small Czech airline headquartered in Prague and headquartered at Václav Havel Airport Prague. The airline was founded in 1995 and began operating in 1996.

 

Silver Air’s focus of operations is to Marina di Campo Airport on the Italian island Elba.

 


 

Silver Air flies to the following destinations:

 

Hungary

Budapest

Italy

Florence

Elba

Milan

Pisa

Romania

Cluj-Napoca

Switzerland

Lugano

 


 

Fleet

 

Silver air operates a fleet of Let 410 Turbolet. It is a short-range aircraft for transport, produced by Manufacturer LetKunovice in the Czech Republick and employed principally for passenger service: The Let 410 flew for the first time in 1969 with more than 1.100 examples produced, and is the most popular aircraft of its kind.

 

17 seats, equipped with two Walter M601E motors, rotors with 5 blades and winglet on wing edges.

 

The aircraft utilized for Elba connections is a Let 410-UVP-E, bi-turboprop in the version of 16-seater + flight assistance and baggage hold. This aircraft is as a small liner, comfortable and spacious, one of the few of its category capable to operate on short runways such as Marina di Campo (Elba) with its 940 meters.

 

 


 

Václav Havel Airport Prague

Václav Havel Airport Prague (formerly known as Prague Ruzyně International Airport is the international airport of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. It is located 10 kilometres west of Prague centre and is recognised as the busiest airport in the newer EU member states. The airport allows wide-body aircraft which include the Airbus A380.

 

There are 4 terminals: Terminal1 is for flights outside the Schengen Area; Terminal 2 is for flights within the Schengen area; Terminal 3 is for private and charter flights; Terminal 4 is for VIP only.