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CSA to launch new route.


CSA, a Czech airline, has said that it will launch a new route between Prague and Odessa, Ukraine.

The carrier said it would launch the service on 1 April with seven weekly flights in each direction.

In addition CSA plans to add services to several destinations which potentially include Istanbul, Turkey; Athens, Greece; and Bucharest, Romania.

According to The Associated Press, the airline also plans to cancel services to Colombo, Sri Lanka; Birmingham, UK; Baku, Azerbaijan; and Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Title Annotation:Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie
Publication:Airline Industry Information
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:4EXCZ
Date:Mar 21, 2006
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