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Smartwings resumes scheduled daily flights to Dubai

The line will be operated by a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft every day under the winter flight schedule.

PRAGUE – Air carrier Smartwings has added a new attractive destination to its autumn offering. Smartwings today resumed direct flights from Prague to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The line will be operated by a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft every day under the winter flight schedule.

Scheduled services between Prague and Dubai will be operated every day during the winter flight schedule with departure from Prague at 9:15 and arrival in Dubai (Terminal 1) at 18:25 local time. Flights from Dubai to Prague will depart at 19:30 local time and arrive to Prague – Václav Havel airport at 23:20.

Clients can purchase flight tickets on the Smartwings and Czech Airlines websites and at flight ticket vendors. As of 24 October 2021, Smartwings will offer scheduled flights to Dubai also from Bratislava.

Dubai has long been one of the most popular destinations. We are happy that we can offer our clients not only favorably priced flight tickets but also attractive departure times as a great option for those who use Dubai as a transfer point to fly on to Asia, Africa, or Australia,” says Peter Šujan, Sales Director, Smartwings.

Under the winter flight schedule, Smartwings will offer services from Prague to London (Heathrow); Dubai; four Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura); Málaga; Tel Aviv; Mallorca; Madeira (Funchal); Hurghada and Marsa Alam, Egypt; Antalya, Turkey; and St. Petersburg, Russia. Charter flights will be dispatched to Cape Verde (Boa Vista, Sal); Oman (Salalah); and Tunisia.

Smartwings is the largest Czech airline company. Besides the Czech Republic, Smartwings operates flights also from airports in Poland, France, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Canary Islands. As of 1 October 2021, Smartwings newly provides air transport services for German travel agencies from airports in Germany and Switzerland, and from mid-October, the company will provide new services from the Canary Islands to six European destination (Helsinki, Finland; Belgrade, Serbia; Tallinn, Estonia; Sofia, Bulgaria; and Bodø and Tromsø, Norway). Besides scheduled and charter flights, Smartwings provides a wide range of special flights for international sports clubs and major humanitarian and athletic organizations worldwide.

Smartwings Group operates a fleet of 44 airplanes.

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