Korean Air is poised to launch a codeshare agreement with Czech Airlines on June 1 for the Incheon-Prague route.
As reported earlier (see story here), Korean Air recently acquired a 44 per cent stake in Czech Airlines, and the deal included increased codeshare agreements and improved connection schedules.
Korean Air already flies to Prague on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Under the codeshare agreement, Korean Air’s “KAL” code will appear on Czech Airlines-operated flights on the same route on Tuesdays and Sundays, thus offering passengers six flights a week to choose from. The codeshare flight will depart at 1245 and arrive in Prague at 1650.
Eventually, Czech will add a service on Thursdays on this route in order to make the flight a daily service.
From Prague, passengers can connect onwards to other European cities since Korean Air already codeshares on Czech-operated flights to 17 cities, including Frankfurt, Rome, Paris and Munich.
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