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Czech Airlines, a member of the global SkyTeam Alliance, has announced that it is to return to Liverpool John Lennon Airport next year and repeat its twice weekly Summer scheduled service to Prague.

In July, Czech Airlines commenced flights to Prague from Liverpool for the first time, with flights due to continue until the end of their summer schedules in late October 2015. Following the success of their first season of operations from Liverpool, the airline now plan to operate for a full Summer season next year with flights commencing on 28th March 2016 and running through to 28th October 2016.

Timings of the flights that operate on Mondays and Fridays are also to be improved with a departure from Liverpool at 18:00 and return flights from Prague at 16:00. The new schedule will be ideal for leisure and business passengers alike, giving travellers the opportunity to spend either a weekend or a working week in Prague.

Flights are on sale now from as little as £99 return (including taxes) at www.czechairlines.co.uk

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