The Czech Airlines Supervisory Board discussed the airline’s restructuring plan proposal yesterday, approved it, and agreed to present it to the Minister of Finance for further use.
Josef Adam will be Czech Airlines’ Vice President for Human Resources, Information Technologies, and Legal Affairs from 16 January 2010.
The General Meeting of Czech Airlines’ shareholders held yesterday confirmed the management plan for the long-term stabilisation of the company, which is a necessary prerequisite for the airline’s return to financial success. The General Meeting also approved a reduction in the number of Supervisory Board members, from twelve to six, and in the number of […]
Czech Airlines transfer to a brand new, cutting-edge system of managing its ticket offering, called Origin & Destination.
Czech Airlines will initiate scheduled service from Prague to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, thereby enhancing the connections between Europe and Central Asia. With this new Czech Airlines route, Tashkent, the largest city in the area, will be linked to Prague twice a week.
Czech Airlines will commence scheduled flights between Prague and Novosibirsk in Central Russia and boost the number of its flights to other Russian cities.
Czech Airlines is just about to conclude an agreement for the purchase of a new specialised information system for the management of aircraft maintenance and repair, referred to as the MRO system (maintenance, repair and overhaul).
Czech Airlines has received another new Airbus A319. The aircraft arrived last night, from the Airbus aircraft assembly centre in Hamburg, Germany. Upon arrival, the new plane headed for a hangar, to undergo a standard check-up prior to deployment. Passengers should encounter it for the first time on the morning flight from Prague to Brussels, […]
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