Codeshare agreement between Smartwings and Eurowings opens up more destinations
Per further plans, Eurowings will start using its codes on flights operated by Smartwings.
As of March 21, Smartwings will place its code on sixteen Eurowings flights from Prague. Per further plans, Eurowings will start using its codes on flights operated by Smartwings.
The cooperation between Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings and Czech carrier Smartwings, announced last year, has taken its first concrete form. Smartwings announced that from today it will place its code on a total of sixteen Eurowings direct connections from Prague. Smartwings passengers may thus end up flying with Eurowings.
The agreement applies to most of the destinations served by Eurowings flights from Prague. These include Cologne, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Bristol, Birmingham, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Athens, Larnaca, Heraklion, Malaga, Alicante, Stockholm, Faro, Rome, and Mallorca. Eurowings flights to the Canary Islands and Mykonos have been excluded.
The Smartwings summer flight schedule offers regular flights from Prague to 51 destinations including a brand new route to Santorini. During the summer schedule, Smartwings will also operate regular and charter flights from regional airports in Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice and Karlovy Vary. Smartwings Group operates flights not only from the Czech Republic but also from its international bases in six countries.