American Airlines flies to Prague for the first time, with a Boeing 767-300 from Philadelphia


American Airlines has brought the Czech Republic and the USA one step closer, launching direct service between Václav Havel Airport Prague and Philadelphia International Airport.

Flights are operated using Boeing 767-300 aircraft, providing more than 2,800 seats per week between the two cities, every day throughout the summer season.


American is the first airline to connect the Czech Republic and the state of Pennsylvania with a direct flight.

From Philadelphia, American’s largest hub in the north-east of the United States, customers can connect to nearly 120 destinations across North and Central America and the Caribbean, including Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas, Orlando, Cancun and the Bahamas.
Prague is a vibrant new addition to American’s international network and we are pleased to offer Czech travellers more choice and more connections for transatlantic travel,” said Richard Muise, director for Europe & Canada operations.

I am very pleased that today and for the very first time we welcome American Airlines at Václav Havel Airport Prague, at the opening ceremony of a regular service between Prague and Philadelphia. This step brings us again closer to meeting our strategy of extending our flight offer to North America, as one of our priorities in the route development,” said Václav Řehoř, chairman, Prague Airport.

Source: Breaking Travel News



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