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Old June 25th, 2006, 12:47 PM   #1
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I checked to take Czech from Colombo to Prague, but it says no flight scheduled. It's not even on the timetable! Please tell me! I want to take this airline, and I also want it to stay in Sri Lanka!!!!!
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I never knew that Czech ever operated flights to Sri Lanka
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They have been operating Prague-Dubai-Colombo flights for the last three years.. It's still in their route map, but not on their schedules...
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They have been operating Prague-Dubai-Colombo flights for the last three years.. It's still in their route map, but not on their schedules...
wow didn't know that. Maybe they did a coadshare with SriLankan or Emirates? Or maybe they are charter flights during peak season (August)
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Mmm Prague-Dubai-Colombo ? Sounds really strange but good !
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No they actually were using A310s on this route and were operating 3 times a week....
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I checked to take Czech from Colombo to Prague, but it says no flight scheduled. It's not even on the timetable! Please tell me! I want to take this airline, and I also want it to stay in Sri Lanka!!!!!
you are right czech airlines closed down some routes and replaced them by new ones. here is press release:
http://www.csanews.cz/en/news/news_t..._2006_20_3.htm
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Czech Airlines

As czech citizen Im very proud of my flag carrier Czech Airlines, which is supposed to be one of the best in Europe and the largest in central and eastern Europe if we dont include Germany, Austria and Russia. Although the company is in debts now and a restructualization plan is in progress. First numbers showed that management is doing well. Here are some facts (top destinations at the bottom) and photos from their web (www.csa.com) and some other websites. Feel free to comment this airline!

CZECH AIRLINES was founded as Czechoslovak State Airlines on the 6th of October 1923. The first transport flight from Prague to Bratislava took place on the 29th of October the same year. On that trip, pilot Karel Brabenec flew the distance of 321 km with an Aero A-14 (Brandenburg) bi-plane.

1924 - 1927
connected Prague with Kosice and Brno and also with the West Bohemia spa area
1929
became a member of IATA (International Air Transport Association)
1930
on the 1st of July, entered into the world of international transport with a Ford 5AT plane on the Prague - Zagreb route
1933
introduced Prague - Bucharest flight on the 11th of September
1936
connected Prague and Moscow on the 2nd of September
1937
at the beginning of April, moved to the new airport in Prague-Ruzyni, the construction of which was awarded a gold medal from the International Exhibition of Art and Technology in Paris.
On the 7th of April performed airport's introductory flight to Brussels.
Improved passenger service by introducing cabin attendants on board.
1938
opened flights to Paris, Rome and Budapest
1939
15th of March, interrupted activities due to the occupation of Czechoslovakia
1945
introduced post-war activity on the 14th of September, as the only Czechoslovakian airline carrier
1946 - 1948
gradually renewed, or newly introduced, operation on both international and domestic routes
1947
entered into intercontinental air transport for the first time, with the opening of flights to Cairo and Ankara
1949
began an orientation toward Soviet airline-technology, introducing IL-12 and LI-2 planes
1957
introduction of Avia IL-14,made under licence.
Entered the turbo-jet era on the 9th of December, by introducing TU-104A aircraft into regular operation on the Prague - Moscow route
1960
introduced the turbo-prop IL-18 aircraft into fleet.
Crossed the equator for the first time, with the opening of a flight to Jakarta, on the 14th of August.
1962
introduced the first trans-Atlantic flight from Prague to Havana
1963 - 1968
these years were marked by the rampant development of international transport - new destinations in Africa, the Middle East and South East Asia appeared in the network
1969
introduced IL-62 aircraft into operation for long-distance flights
1970
opened new flights to Montreal and New York
1971
included the TU-134A into its fleet
1974
included the JAK-40
1977 - 1987
expanded operations to include new destinations, such as: Barcelona, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Malta, Lisbon, Jerevan and Tashkhent
1988
included the TU-154M into fleet and introduced a flight to Bangkok
1990
opened flights to Mexico and Hamburg in the summer season
1991
introduced the Airbus 310-300 into fleet at the beginning of the year and began.
Operating to Tel Aviv and Istanbul
1992
included ATR-72 and Boeing 737-500 aircraft into operation.
Extended network to Chicago, Toronto, Manchester, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Lvov, Riga and Bahrain.
Transformed into a joint stock company in the second part of the year, with Air France as a shareholder.
1994
Air France's share in CSA sold to Konsolidacni banka
1995introduction of Boeing 737-400 on CSA routes.
Opening of flights to Hanover and Stuttgart.
1996
beginning of cooperation with Continental Airlines.
Introduction of the ATR-42 into CSA operation
1997
three Boeing 737-500's added to the fleet, while Russian Tu-134A planes
were grounded and Tu-154M planes were removed from regular CSA routes.
1998
celebrated 75th anniversary of the foundation of the company.
Opened new flights to Oslo, Nice and Bologna.
Three Boeing 737's added to the fleet in March, April and May.
For the first time in its history and in the history of civil aviation, carried out technical maintenance of airplanes from a Western European airline.
At irregular General Assembly of Aero Vodochody, entry of Boeing-CSA consortium to the company is approved.
1999
extended fleet by two new Boeing 737's and ATR 42's.
Introduced operation on new routes to Dublin and Göteborg.
2000
The direct sale of flight tickets via the Internet is introduced
Routes to Ostrava and Brno are reopened
The use of Russian aircraft on iregular routes is terminated
2001
CSA joins the SkyTeam alliance on 25th March
The summer season sees the opening of new routes to Birmingham, Ljubljana, Thessaloniki, Vilnius and, in co-operation with Air France, Lyon
2002
The summer season sees the opening of routes to Venice and Cologne/Bonn
2003
ceremonial laying of foundation stone for new CSA Cargo terminal (February)
Call Centre service extended from 6a.m. to 10 p.m. - phone no.: 239 007 007 (May)
In 2003 CSA carried a total of 3 591 456 passengers and 21 092 tons of cargo and mail, offering regular connections to 40 countries and 66 cities in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
At the beginning of 2003, CSA had a fleet of 31 airplanes. The fleet grew by four additional airplanes (one Boeing 737-400, two Boeing 737-500’s and one Airbus A310-300)
Over the year, CSA introduced flights to Tallinn in Estonia, Edinburgh in Scotland, Cork in Ireland and Sliač in Slovakia.
2004
Inauguration of a new CSA Cargo terminal (January)
CSA won the “Best Airline on the Czech Market” award by TTG Czech Republic (February)
CSA was selected as “Best Airline Based in Central/Eastern Europe” by the OAG (Official Airline Guide, London) (May)
CSA pilots won the “The Most Consistent Airline” award given out by Manchester Airport (annual track-keeping award for the most consistent performer)
September – long term exclusive cooperation with the EXIM Tours travel agency for charter transport began.
In 2004,the CSA fleet grew to 45 planes, i.e., growing by a record number of ten airplanes (three new ATR42-500’s, four Boeing 737-400’s, two Boeing 737-500’s and one long-haul Airbus A310-300)
Ten new destinations were added to the CSA network – in the European Union (Glasgow, Krakow, London-Gatwick, Luxemburg, Marseilles), in the Russian Federation (Samara, Yekaterinburg); Azerbaijan (Baku) and the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. At the same time, after the Czech Republic joined the EU, CSA entered a completely new market. For the first time in its history, it offered a connection outside the Czech Republic, a Marseille-Barcelona flight.
In 2004, CSA offered connections to 75 destinations in 44 countries worldwide and carried a record number of 4.34 million passengers.
2005
CSA won the “Best Airline in Eastern Europe” Award (the Annual GT Tested Awards) from the American magazine Global Traveler, New York (January)
CSA acquired two Airbus A320’s for regular transport and two A321’s for charter transport
In April, CSA and Airbus SAS signed a contract for 12 new-generation aircraft (Airbus A320 Family - A319’s and A320’s), to be added to the CSA fleet over the 2006-2008 period.

CSA's 2006 Results Come in Ahead of the Airline's 3-Year Plan
Prague, March 8, 2007

Czech Airlines (CSA) has been successfully meeting the objectives of its OK 2006-2008 strategy, approved by its general meeting in June 2006. Preliminary data shows that the company is likely to incur a loss of only 397 million Czech crowns, which is 88 million crowns less than was projected back in June. These results also beat the 2005 figures by 99 million crowns, despite the fact that the company is facing much greater financial demands. Based on international accounting standards, CSA reported a loss of USD 1.509 million.

The company's plan for 2007 is built around realistic assumptions that should allow the company to return to profitability after a number of years of losses. The business plan, as approved for this year, anticipates a profit of 42 million Czech crowns. However, this figure could be negatively affected by the introduction of the new Labor Code, which could add up to 180 million crowns to expenses. The forecast results also depend on the completion of the current ongoing restructuring process, which includes the sale of some residual assets. The company has assured its ability to meet its liquidity demands for 2007 and it has also been able to obtain guarantees for the financing of this year's purchase of five new Airbus A320/319 aircraft.

The key objective of CSA's management is to maximize the value of the company for its shareholder. By the end of 2007, the airline plans to finalize – in collaboration with the Czech Ministry of Finance and the Czech Ministry of Transportation – a proposal for its privatization.

Earnings Up, Costs Down

In 2006, the airline reported revenues of 23.476 billion Czech crowns, representing a year-to-year increase of more than 1.3 billion crowns. 2006 was also the year in which CSA's management started to introduce standardized management tools to support and monitor sales, which the company was previously lacking. Ticket sales and the development of the airline's network will now primarily be numbers driven. In line with its current marketing strategies, CSA has introduced a series of motivational programs for its sales associates and an incentive system for ticket agencies. The first results started to be seen in the later part of 2006 when, for example, just in November and December, the company was able to increase its year-to-year monthly revenue by more than ten percent (after exchange rate adjustments).

The real impact of the airline's new sales management system will however not be felt until the 2007 results, where the company expects to further boost its revenues by an additional one billion crowns.


Last year's total operating expenses came in at 23.592 billion Czech crowns. In 2006, CSA was able to save more than 352 million crowns in expenses by centralizing its purchasing and by re-bidding tenders for outsourced services. Of this total, more than 200 million crowns has already shown up in the 2006 cash flow and the remaining, roughly 150 million, should be reflected this year. These cost savings include such changes as the selection of a new insurance broker, which on its own represented a saving of roughly 80 million crowns a year, and changes to aircraft handling partners at foreign airports. Management has also identified other potential areas where the company may be able to save up to a total of 450 million crowns. Unfortunately, the airline has so far been unable to achieve similar savings in personnel costs. Management has been unable to reach an agreement with its unions on a reduction in scheduled 2007 salary increases in which, under the existing collective bargaining agreements, CSA's employees are scheduled to receive salary increases of from 4.2 to 15.0 percent.

CSA Increasing Its Passenger Volumes and Aircraft Availability, Growth Expected to Continue this Year

Last year, CSA carried almost 5.5 million passengers. The number of passengers was up by 4.7 percent on a year-to-year basis. In 2005, the airline carried 5.2 million passengers and it carried 4.3 million passengers the year before. The company projects growth in passenger volumes to continue into the future, as it is expecting to see the gradual impact of its new business model. The total carrying capacity of the airline will also grow due to the arrival of the new Airbus planes, which have larger seating capacities. This year's business plan is projecting a total of 5.8 million passengers.

CSA's regular passenger service represents the largest share of its results – an area where the total number of passengers carried increased by approximately 3.4 percent over the year before, to a total of 4.7 million. CSA's charter business was up by approximately 13.0 percent in 2006. This represented a total number of almost 800,000 passengers carried.

Maintaining 50 Aircraft and 5,000 Employees

The company's current strategic plan envisions maintaining the current size of the company – i.e. 50 aircraft and roughly 5,000 employees. Part of the plan also includes the divestiture of part of the company through the sale of its Cargo Terminal and Catering Divisions.


Daniela Hupáková
CSA Press Spokesperson

In the Summer Season, CSA to Especially Intensify its Service to Western and Southern Europe
Prague, 21 March 2007

At the end of March, Czech Airline’s (CSA) new flight schedule will take effect. The Airline is enhancing flight frequency, primarily to the most popular destinations in Western and Southern Europe. Brand new Airbus A319 and A320 planes will be deployed on most of those routes. The summer flight schedule applies from 25 March until 27 October 2007.

“After years of significant expansion, CSA is focusing primarily on stabilising the overall capacity offered, and on increasing the number of its flights to promising destinations,” said Petr Pištělák, Vice-President for Marketing and Product Development.

Compared to last year, CSA will fly more frequently to heavily sought-after destinations, such as Moscow, Madrid, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Košice. CSA will introduce a third daily flight to Moscow, Madrid, and Brussels, and a fourth flight to Amsterdam and Košice.

CSA is also adding several flights on its routes to Yekaterinburg, Samara, Yerevan, and Kiev, as well as to the Baltic States: to Riga, Vilnius, and Tallinn. New flights will also be added to the north of Europe, for example to Stockholm and Oslo. Flights to priority markets will also be enhanced, such as to Italy (e.g., to the Bologna, Rome, and Milan airports) and to Germany, to the airports in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, and Stuttgart. New flights will also be added on the routes to Zagreb, Istanbul, Bucharest, Sofia, Krakow, and Žilina. CSA will draw the capacity required for the expansion of the most popular routes by reducing some of the less utilised flights, such as on the London – Stansted route, or the routes to Split, Larnaca, Sarajevo, and Skopje.

From May, CSA will also offer direct service from Prague to Atlanta, USA, on code-shared flights with Delta Air Lines. The service will be operated four times a week, and in the peak summer season, from 4 June to 1 September, five times a week. A Delta Air Lines Boeing 767 aircraft for 195 passengers will be deployed on the route.

With changes in departure times, the connections to connecting flights will be significantly improved, for example on routes to/from New York, Toronto, Ostrava, Bratislava, Košice, Warsaw, and Budapest. Also, morning flights from Prague will be better synchronised with connecting flights. Passengers transferring in Prague will have many more connecting flights from which to choose. The Airline also offers assistance in transferring to connecting flights, as a part of its arrivals services at Prague Ruzyně Airport – at no extra charge, priority checking at transfer desks, and priority at security checks, is assured.

In the summer season, CSA will also offer more flights at times of particular interest to business travellers. Their share in CSA flights continues to grow. Last year, business passengers accounted for 13 percent of all passengers on CSA flights. The number of passengers in CSA’s business class increased by six percent, year on year.

In early April, a Czech Airlines’ Airbus A310 will start regular service from Bombay, India, to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Delhi, and Kuala Lumpur, in the colours of Air India. CSA has concluded a one-year contract for the lease of its plane and the crew, once it has terminated its unprofitable route to Dubai.

This summer season, CSA will offer connections to a hundred destinations in 40 countries. Overall, CSA plans to operate over 46,800 flights between 25 March 2007 and 27 October 2007.


Appendix


Enhanced CSA flight frequency in the 2007 summer flight schedule (as compared to the 2006 flight schedule)

Moscow, from 12 to 18 flights a week
Madrid, from 14 to 20 flights a week
Amsterdam, from 21 to 25 flights a week
Brussels, from 13 to 19 flights a week

Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Bucharest, and Krakow, from 12 to 13 flights a week
Yekaterinburg and Samara from 3 to 4 flights a week
Yerevan, from 4 to 5 flights a week
Kiev, Žilina and Milan, from 6 to 7 flights a week
Istanbul, from 5 to 6 flights a week
Rome, from 13 to 14 flights a week
Riga, from 12 to 14 flights a week
Vilnius, from 11 to 14 flights a week
Tallinn, from 10 to 14 flights a week
Stockholm, Sofia from 11 to 12 flights a week
Oslo, from 10 to 11 flights a week
Bologna, from 8 to 14 flights a week
Zagreb, from 8 to 11 flights a week


Reduced frequency of CSA flights

London – Stansted – from 13 to 6 flights a week
Larnaca – from 6 to 5 flights a week
Split – from 5 to 2 flights a week


Daniela Hupáková
CSA Spokesperson

CSA's fleet:

A310 for longhaul flights (currently only New York, Toronto and Montreal + some charters to Carribean etc.....one A310 departed today for 1-year wet lease in Bombay operating for Air India)



A321/320/319







B737-400/500





ATR 42/72

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Interior of new A320/319 aircraft:





Interior of ATR 42-500



CSA`s new uniforms:











CSA`s new executive lounge at Prague Airport (for passengers departing to Schenghen countries):



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Old March 25th, 2007, 12:08 AM   #9
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I love CSA! The livery is beautiful and timeless and I am impressed by its history and future! Thanks for sharing.
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Great summary The Flyer , I add few facts.

ČSA current fleet (all together more than 50 planes):
4 x Airbus 310
12 x Boeing 737 - 400
15 x Boeing 737 - 500
2 x Airbus 321
5 x Airbus 320 (one more will be delivered in 2007)
1x Airbus A319 (next 5 will be delivered in 2007 and 2008)
short-haul fleet
4 x ATR72 - 200
7 x ATR42 - 500
1 x ATR42 - 320

Decision about new long-haul fleet should be made till the end of 2007.
In 2006, Czech Airlines carried a record 5.5 million passengers.
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Nice fleet and airline
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Flew with them a couple of times, and about 2 weeks ago. I was surprised at the state of the long haul fleet - hopefully as you said a decision will come soon on its renewal.
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Great summary The Flyer , I add few facts.

ČSA current fleet (all together more than 50 planes):
4 x Airbus 310
12 x Boeing 737 - 400
15 x Boeing 737 - 500
2 x Airbus 321
5 x Airbus 320 (one more will be delivered in 2007)
1x Airbus A319 (next 5 will be delivered in 2007 and 2008)
short-haul fleet
4 x ATR72 - 200
7 x ATR42 - 500
1 x ATR42 - 320

Decision about new long-haul fleet should be made till the end of 2007.
In 2006, Czech Airlines carried a record 5.5 million passengers.
I didnt want to add numbers of airplanes cuz Im not sure about the actual state of 737s...some of them should leave during next few months.

Just some add to delivery of A320/319....1 more A319 should arrive in April, the rest (4) next year as well as other 2 A320 should come next year.

Well hopefully this thread will be developing.

If you`re coming to Prague, choose Czech Airlines! Just compare Czech Airlines flight attendants to easyJet ones!
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I have just finished ravelling with CSA betwen Milan and Stockholm (change in prague) iand I felt very satisfied, even if one of the two 734 I have flown with seemed to be quite old fashoned, the other one has been restructured in more recent times
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I didnt want to add numbers of airplanes cuz Im not sure about the actual state of 737s...some of them should leave during next few months.

Just some add to delivery of A320/319....1 more A319 should arrive in April, the rest (4) next year as well as other 2 A320 should come next year.

Well hopefully this thread will be developing.

If you`re coming to Prague, choose Czech Airlines! Just compare Czech Airlines flight attendants to easyJet ones!
I think two A320 should be delivered this year, they write in on their website http://www.csanews.cz/en/news/news_t.../tz_160307.htm
I don't know the exact numbers, but I'm sure some older Boeings are going to be replaced by these Airbuses.

BTW those people on pics above don't look like fashion models, are they CSA employees?
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I just read that CSA A310 has been leased to Air India and wil stay with Air India for a year.
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^ that's true, problem with CSA long-haul fleet is it is in red numbers for years. A310 is no good plane to make a profit.
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BTW those people on pics above don't look like fashion models, are they CSA employees?

Yes, those are CSA employees not only cabin crew. I`ve heard that blond girl in white t-shirt is a flight attendant however others are ground personnel that have contact with public. There had been something like casting among CSA employees before they chose these people.

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I wish CSA flew to Islamabad....seems like an amazing airline....and the stewardesses......!!!
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I have used OK just the once, flew Glasgow to Prague to Glasgow with them. Found them to be an alright airline.
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