A spokesperson society Prague Airport is from mid-March Klára Divíšková. She took turns in position Roman Pacvona, which remains in the company and will focus primarily on the agenda of supporting the demand for flying within the expected resumption of air traffic. He remains in the external communication team of Prague Airport Kateřina Pavlíková, which will communicate in addition to selected topics on behalf of subsidiaries in the group.
The new spokesperson for Prague Airport came from an open tender. Klára Divíšková has been in the media industry for over ten years. She previously worked in communication and was a spokesperson at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. Prior to that, she worked as the editor of Radiožurnál and the magazine Týden. She studied creative writing and media communication at the Josef Škvorecký Literary Academy.
“This position is important for me and especially during a pandemic. I firmly believe that I will make use of my previous experience and thus strengthen communication between the airport, the public and the media, “he says. Klára Divíšková, which will be directly involved in creating the media image of the airport, focusing on crisis communication and a wide range of areas. He will mainly communicate topics related to the construction and technological development of the airport, security, the environment, air trade strategy, public procurement or commercial activities of the airport.
Other selected topics will continue to communicate for the airport Kateřina Pavlíková, which has been working in the team since June 2017. It will focus on the promotion of air connections from Prague and individual destinations and carriers, airport operations and topics related to the handling of aircraft, passengers and their customer experience. At the same time, he remains the press spokesperson for the subsidiaries Czech Airlines Handling and Czech Airlines Technics, which are part of the Prague Airport group.
Current spokesperson Roman Pacvoň is moving to the new position of Tourism & Route Development Manager within the company after more than three years. He will focus mainly on the agenda of supporting the demand for flying, which is one of the basic preconditions for the renewal of air connections after the crisis associated with COVID-19. He will also be responsible for coordinating activities in support of Prague Airport’s development plans.