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August 28, 2012

Travel Service to Launch Prague-Miami Flights

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A Travel Service Boeing 737-800 (OK-TVF) takes off from Brno, Czech Republic. (Photo by MarekV, CC BY-SA)

Prague-based Travel Service Airlines is set to operate twice-weekly flights between Prague and Miami beginning November 14th using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The route length would require a fuel stop, but we haven’t yet heard where that will be. It will mark the first nonstop service linking the two cities. [Bizjournals]

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