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Czech Airlines expands their network with 6 new routes around the world.

By Anonymous - Posted on 17 March 2008

Czech Airlines will launch 6 new routes from their base in Prague, and at the same time add extra flights on the route to Copenhagen. From March 30, new routes will be launched to Almaty (Kazakhstan), Damascus (Syria), Heraklion (Crete), Rostov-On-Don (Russia), Strasbourg (France) and Tbilisi (Gerorgia). Also from March 30, Czech Airlines will add an extra daily route between Copenhagen and Prague, upping the daily number of departures to six.

Air Greenland will not continue their route from Greenland to Baltimore this summer. Due to a massive deficit of DKK 15 mio. on the route last year, and fear of deficit in the same amount this year has lead to the cancellation.

From May 17 through September 26, US Airways will re-launch their route between Stockholm Arlanda and their base in Philadelphia. The route will be operated six times a week.

British Airways is set to launch a sale with offers to destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Fly to destinations such as Barbados, Grenada, Kingston and Mexico City. Return fares including taxes and charges from £ 439 (ca. € 593). Travel is variable for the different destinations, but is overall available between April 7 and June 30. Book by March 18.

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