Čedok canceled plans for flights to Madagascar and Cuba due to border closures.
With the start of the winter flight schedule, the Čedok travel agency will expand its offer of destinations to which it will fly directly without a stopover with Luke Air’s Airbus A330-200. After previously announced flights to the Dominican Republic, Zanzibar and the Maldives, it will also fly to Mexico to Kenya. On the contrary, Čedok canceled plans for direct flights to Cuba and Madagascar.
In the case of Mexico, it will be flights to Cancun, in Kenya it will go to Mombasa. “We are also adding Mexican Cancún or Kenya to our portfolio, for which there has been a long-term demand. Czechs now finally have the opportunity to fly comfortably on holiday to these popular locations without a stopover. They may prefer to spend the time saved in their dream destination. Thanks to successful promo flights during the holidays, we are already recording hundreds of sales a day, and there is also interest in business class flights,“Said Stanislav Zeman, CEO of Čedok travel agency.
Flights once a week
The new destinations are an alternative to Madagascar and Cuba, which were planned for the winter flight schedule. Originally, Čedok was supposed to offer connections to Madagascar until January 6 and then to Cuba, but due to the still closed borders in Madagascar, in the end there was a change. The line to Cancun is scheduled for Tuesday, and to Mombasa on Friday.
Čedok will fly to each destination once a week. “We welcome the opening of new direct flights to exotic destinations such as Cancun in Mexico and Mombasa in Kenya. This will expand the offer of exotic holidays for passengers during the upcoming winter season. Thanks to direct flights from Prague Airport, their journey to the experience will be easier and less time-consuming, “ said Jaroslav Filip, Director of Aviation at Prague Airport.
Čedok is one domestic travel agency that will fly from Prague to exotic destinations without a stopover by direct flight. He agreed to cooperate with Luke Air from the Blue Panorama group. The Airbus A330-200 offers a configuration for 289 passengers, 12 of them in business class. Refreshments in both travel classes will be served on all long-haul flights. During the flight, passengers can connect via Wi-Fi to the on-board entertainment system on their own mobile devices, which can be recharged via the built-in USB ports in the seats.