PRAGUE, Czech Republic (AP) -- The Czech state-run airline CSA will offer new routes between Prague and three European capitals in summer, the carrier said Thursday.
CSA will start regular flights to Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, five times a week later in March; to Minsk, Belarus, four times a week beginning in May; and to Skopje, Macedonia, three times a week also beginning in May, said CSA spokeswoman Jitka Novotna.
The airline, which carried 4.34 million passengers last year, also plans to offer more flights to destinations in Germany and Britain, as well to Brussels, Zurich, Montreal and Toronto in 2005, CSA said.
CSA is a member of the Sky Team alliance, which is led by Air France-KLM and Delta Airlines. The airline, which has 46 planes, flies regularly to 77 destinations in 45 countries and offers flights to 123 destinations in 48 countries together with the other Sky Team members.
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