Czech Airlines will become the second airline offering passenger flights from Radom Airport.
Radom Airport was opened in May 2014 and is Poland’s 24th civilian airport. It was converted from a military airport but since its opening has struggled to attract any civilian airlines to add Radom as one of their destinations.
The first airline to offer scheduled flights was Air Baltic, offering 3 flights per week between the Latvian capital Riga and Radom.
From 18th September, Czech Airlines will fly Prague – Radom three times per week on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.