Czech airline CSA is introducing a new route connecting Prague with the capital of Armenia, beginning October 2nd. Flights will operate twice a week, specifically on Mondays and Thursdays.
This development has been conveyed through the airline’s official press release. The departure from Prague’s Vaclav Havel Airport is scheduled at 1:45 on both Monday and Thursday, with the arrival in Yerevan anticipated at 7:20 local time. The return journey from Yerevan to Prague is slated for an 8:05 departure in local time, concluding with a landing at Václav Havel Airport by 10:15. The route will be serviced by Boeing 737-800 aircraft, as per information available on the booking platform.
Jan Tóth, the Commercial Director of the airline, remarked, “With the growing demand for air travel between Armenia and Europe, including the Czech Republic, we have made the decision to reinstate the Prague-Yerevan route. The appeal of Transcaucasian destinations has been on the rise among Czech travelers in recent years, making us confident that the resumption of CSA flights to Yerevan will be well received.”
Ticket sales have already commenced, and interested passengers can secure their seats via the reservation system. The pricing structure, according to the system, begins at 4,200 Czech crowns for one-way travel and approximately 9,000 crowns for a round-trip ticket.
In recent times, CSA’s range of destinations had experienced a reduction due to financial challenges. Historically, the airline maintained regular flights to Paris, and in late June, it reinstated services to Madrid. At present, the airline operates with one leased Airbus A320 aircraft.