LONDON – Low-cost airline Ryanair has announced its new Prague Winter Schedule, which will operate across 24 routes, including 2 new routes to Rome and Turin for Winter 2022.
Ryanair’s Prague Winter 2022 schedule key points
- 3 based aircraft
- A $300 investment in Prague
- 24 routes in total incl. 2 new Winter routes to Rome and Turin
- Over 190 flights per week
- Over 1,500 total jobs (incl. over 90 direct)
Ryanair will operate approximately 194 weekly flights for Winter 2022 to give Prague’s holiday makers an abundance of choice to top European destinations whilst also driving tourism in central Bohemia throughout the off-peak season.
These connections will allow visitors from Italy, Denmark, Ireland and many more key markets to visit the charming city of Prague, discover its breath-taking views and taste its delicious traditional cuisine.
Ryanair’s schedule for Winter 2022 is offering 2 new routes to Italy. The airline says that “these 2 new destinations give Prague residents the opportunity to plan their next breaks to exciting European destinations and demonstrate Ryanair’s commitment to grow at Prague airport.”
“To allow customers and visitors to book their Winter getaway at the best possible fares, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just 629CZK one way for travel from Oct’22 until Jan’23, which must be booked by 6th of November.”
Ryanair’s Head of International Communications, Chiara Ravara said:
“As Czech Republic’s no. 1 airline, Ryanair is delighted to announce that our new Prague Winter schedule is offering over 190 weekly flights across 24 routes, including 2 new winter routes to Rome and Turin.”
“These new connections demonstrate the cooperation between Ryanair and Prague airport, giving Prague’s residents more opportunities for travel and allow visitors to discover the charming Czech capital.”
“To allow our customers and visitors to/from Prague to book their Winter getaway at the lowest fares, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just 629CZK for travel from Oct’22 until Jan’23, which must be booked by 6th of November.”
Prague Airport statement
Aviation Business Director at Prague Airport, Jaroslav Filip said:
“We are pleased that Ryanair continues to renew its operations on a number of routes, with an increase in the number of flights to Dublin or Bari in Italy in the coming months.”
“It will offer a new direct connection to Turin or Madrid in the winter and return with a direct connection to Amman after the summer break.”