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Flydubai begins daily flight to Prague
Airline to launch daily service from July 1, 2016.

Dubai-based flydubai has announced that it will begin daily operations to Prague from July 1, an increase from four weekly flights.
With this additional frequency, flydubai will operate a total of 49 flights a week to 11 points in Central and Eastern Europe.
Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer of flydubai, said: “Prague remains a popular destination for our passengers in the GCC. We also look forward to providing those in Europe with more choice and more opportunities to visit Dubai and beyond on our network. Our strategic base in Dubai allows passengers to benefit from flydubai's interline agreements with other carriers, providing opportunities for onward travel to more than 200 destinations.”
Flydubai has been operating flights to Prague since 2014. Alongside Belgrade, Bratislava, Bucharest, Skopje, Sarajevo, Sofia and Zagreb, it is part of the airline’s network in Central and Eastern Europe.
Renowned for its cathedrals, courtyards and culture, Prague is one of Central Europe’s most popular destinations.
Travellers can enjoy the Baroque architecture in the Old Town, take in the stunning views from Charles Bridge, discover the largest ancient castle complex in the world at Prague Castle and watch time go by at the Prague Astronomical Clock.
“With the start of daily flights to Prague we are offering greater convenience and the value for money that our passengers expect. With WiFi connectivity and Live TV as our latest product offerings, flydubai is an airline that continues to innovate,” said Jeyhun Efendi, Senior Vice President Commercial (UAE, EU, ME, CIS) for flydubai.
Flydubai recently introduced WiFi connectivity and Live TV for the first time on selected flights as the airline continues to roll out the service across the rest of its fleet.
Economy Class return fares from Dubai to Prague start at Dh1,399, including 20kg checked baggage, while Business Class fares start at Dh5,500, including 40kg checked baggage.
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The clean energy company owned by Mubadala has invested around $2.7 billion (Dhs10 billion) in projects around the world over the last ten years, with 1-gigawatt (GW) of installed capacity and 0.7GW under development.
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