On October 28 this year the number of weekly departures to Prague will be increased by adding one additional flight, so in the autumn/winter period flights to the capital of the Czech Republic will be operated three times a week - on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. At the same time, departure times are also changed, for convenience of business travelers and tourists flights on working days will be operated at 05:45, Sunday’s departures are scheduled for 06:40.
- Out of 13 new destinations, which have appeared in the airport timetable this year, the flight to Prague has become one of the most popular: since opening of the direct service to the Czech Republic more than 5000 people have chosen it, - commented MANN General Director Alexander Sinelnikov. - With the current steady demand, launching of additional flight is a natural step. In addition, the Czech Republic is attractive both for businessmen and tourists all year round, so the passenger flow on this route will only increase.
Let’s note, that Prague has become the second European city after Frankfurt, connected by regular direct air service with Nizhny Novgorod, and introduction of additional frequency opens up opportunities for daily flying to Europe. Moreover, the flight timetable is arranged to provide convenient connections for subsequent flights, in particular, to Paris, Rome, Strasbourg, Geneva, Amsterdam and other cities.
Let’s recall, that direct flights to Prague have become available for the citizens of Nizhny Novgorod since March 2012. Czech Airlines operates flights on board the aircraft A-319, Ural Airlines – on the A-320. Flight time - 3 hours 20 minutes. Tickets are available from the airport website on page "Book Online."