* - CSA axes LGW starting from the winter 2005/2006 schedule (if three London airport are too many I'd get rid of STN instead of LGW)
BTW, Ryanair serves not PRG but BRQ - a city some 220km SE of Prague, which means you have to add at least 3-4 hours to get to/from Prague respectively and preferrably go by train not bus because the D1 highway is just congested and a nightmare with frequent diversions and jams due to accidents.
Mirrodie From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (9 years 6 months 22 hours ago) and read 1720 times:
Well, I was told by a sister of a woman living in Prague that Ryanair was a way to go.
Then again, come to think of it, she's married to an diplomat from Ireland and they live in Prague (so I guess he;s hte Irish diplomat to Prague) so thats why she probably mentioned RyanAir. (its the correct spelling, no?)
So if going LHR-PRG,the choices sounds limited. Only CSA, Easyjet, BA and Smartwings?
L410Turbolet From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (9 years 6 months 22 hours ago) and read 1704 times:
Quoting Mirrodie (Reply 11): she's married to an diplomat from Ireland and they live in Prague
So why don't they fly to Ireland from PRG with CSA or Aer Lingus? The prices to DUB or Cork are very competitive and full-frills service in the case of CSA - I don't know about Aer Lingus - but for sure better treatment than with Ryanair.
I really don't know why anyone sane would bother taking the hassle nd time to travel to BRQ just to save few pounds. I mean it's a trip across half of the damn country.
Quoting Mirrodie (Reply 11): So if going LHR-PRG,the choices sounds limited. Only CSA, Easyjet, BA and Smartwings?
Smartwings axed Gatwick recently. If you insist on Heathrow, then I agree the options are somewhat limited, but again we are talking about HEATHROW, therefore no surprise it's served by respective flag carriers only. So the options are: