Budget airline Eurowings starts flights between Bristol Airport and Prague

German airline Eurowings has begun flights from Bristol to Prague.

Eurowings, the Lufthansa Group’s low cost airline, is operating flights between Bristol and Prague three times a week, on a Monday, Friday and Sunday.

It’s part of a larger expansion by the German airline, which is launching 11 new routes from the Czech airport. The new routes began on Sunday, October 31)

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The timings of the flights are:

  • Prague to Bristol: 1:20pm-2:50pm (Mondays)
  • Prague to Bristol: 6:15am-7:45am (Fridays)
  • Prague to Bristol: 6:05am-7:35am (Sundays)
  • Bristol to Prague: 3:30pm-6:30pm (Mondays)
  • Bristol to Prague: 9:50am-1:00pm (Fridays)
  • Bristol to Prague: 8:05am-11:15am (Sundays)

Prague entry rules

If you have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 at least 14 days prior to travel, you do not need to isolate or take a pre-departure PCR test.

Children below the age of 12 may enter Czech Republic without self-isolation or a pre-departure test if travelling with their fully vaccinated parents.

Children aged 12-18 will need to show proof of vaccination, or take a pre-departure PCR test.

The Czech Republic does accept the UK’s proof of Covid-19 vaccination record.

For more information, visit the governments Czech Republic travel advice page.

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