Prague’s Václav Havel airport will in the summer season offer direct flights to 119 destinations, eight more than last year, the airport said in a press release on Wednesday. Montreal, Toronto, Belgrade and are among the new destinations; meanwhile, direct flights to Abu Dhabi, Stuttgart and Odessa will no longer be available. In the first two months of this year, the number of passengers at Václav Havel Airport increased by over 4 percent; management expects a slight increase in passenger numbers in the rest of the year as well.
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