Flight options from Prague decrease as countries around Europe go into lockdown

COVID-19 tests are currently required for entry to many countries around Europe as well

Samantha Tatro

Written by Samantha Tatro
Published on 03.11.2020 11:00 (updated on 03.11.2020)

If you're looking to fly across Europe this winter, you may have to search a bit harder for your flight.

As countries around Europe institute a second lockdown, airlines have begun reducing their flight schedules in accordance with demand.

According to Honzovy Letenky, airlines are operating 32 different flights from Prague as of Oct. 30, 2020.

During November, however, several lines will reportedly be interrupted due to the pandemic.

Those lines include flights to Fuerteventura, Madeira, Hurghada, Marsa Alam (flown by SmartWings), Marseille, Paphos, Edinburgh (flown by Ryanair), Amsterdam, Basel (flown by easyJet), Odessa (flown by CSA) ), Lyon (flown by HOP!), Paris / ORY (flown by Transavia), Dusseldorf (flown by Eurowings), London / LHR (flown by British Airways), and Malta (flown by Air Malta).

Travel to Tunisia will continue under charter-only flights courtesy of travel agencies.

Heading into the winter season, it's important to remember that some airlines may post flights with the option to cancel up to 14 days before departure if there is not enough demand, according to Honzovy Letenky.

In addition, some flights may be added to the schedule later.

If you plan to travel, remember to check restrictions on travel to the country and whether or not you will need a COVID-19 test to enter the country. You can find more information here.