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Czech Airlines

The Czech Airlines is the flagship carrier of the Czech Republic. It belongs to the oldest air carriers existing on the aviation market. They were established on October 6, 1923 by the Czechoslovak government. Before the end of the month, the first domestic flight was made, from Prague to Bratislava. The first international route, from Prague to Zagreb, was made by the carrier in 1930, and the first transatlantic flight to Havana took place in 1962. Today, the carrier’s network has more than one hundred destinations in 44 countries. The airline offers connections to most European capitals, as well as to major cities in North America. Czech Airlines' airplanes also fly to the Middle East and Africa. In Poland, they land in Krakow and Warsaw.


You can take hand baggage onboard of Czech Airlines planes. Its dimensions and weight are determined by the airline and may vary depending on the booking class or route.
Registered luggage registered in Czech Airlines must also have certain dimensions and weight. Here, too, everything depends on the travel class and route.

Booking classes

In Czech Airlines, you can travel in business or economy class.
The business class is located at the very beginning of the machine, it is separated from the rest of the plane, thanks to which passengers have greater comfort and privacy. The distance between business class seats depends on the type of aircraft and route. Passengers of this class in the price of the ticket have guaranteed the priority during check-in, change of reservation, reservation of a seat, refreshments, the possibility of using the VIP lounges at the airport. The carrier for this class provides passengers with a set of on-board toiletries. The price of a business class ticket includes two hand luggage with a weight of 12 kg each and two luggage registered at 32 kg.
In the economy class, the Czech airline provides the standard of international airlines. In the economy class, the ticket price includes a board meal, one hand baggage weighing up to 8 kg and one checked baggage weighing up to 23 kg.

Online check-in

When traveling with the airline Czech Airlines, you can check-in online already 30 hours before departure, and at the latest one hour before the scheduled start. Czech Airlines also offers check-in via the mobile application.


The fleet of the Czech carrier consists of 38 modern and safe aircrafts, including 9 types Airbus 319-100, 8 types Airbus 320-200, 2 types Airbus 321-200, 8 types Boeing 737-500, 4 types ATR72-202 and 7 types ATR42-320 / 500.

Prague airport

The international Prague Ruzyne airport is the main operating base of the Czech national airline, the Czech Airlines. It is located about 10 km northwest of the Czech capital. The port has two terminals and is the largest in the country. Four hotels are located in its area. In both terminals there are restaurants, bars, cafes and public stores, and there are also duty free shops within the transit zones. In the port building there are car rental outlets. Wireless internet is available on the airport.


On all flights of Czech Airlines the carrier offers refreshments, both their quantity and type depend on the time of flight and the type of aircraft. On short-distance flights cold refreshments are served, and on long ones, depending on the flight class selected by the passenger, a single or multi-course warm meal is offered. For children, the carrier offers a special meal – baby meal, which is a meal for babies or a child meal for older kids. Special meals for children must be ordered when booking a ticket.

Additional services

Onboard of the Czech Airlines aircrafts there is a bar and sky shop, where you can buy, among others, cosmetics, brand perfumes, jewellery and watches. In addition, the carrier offers free newspapers and a magazine, and on selected flights, passengers can use the on-board audio / video program. In addition, thanks to the central monitor system, you can track the position of the aircraft on the route map.