CZECH AIRLINES CSA

IATA: OK - 064 ICAO: CSA FOUNDED: 6 OCT 1923 CEASED OPERATIONS: -

HISTORY: CZECH AIRLINES (CSA) is the national airline of the Czech Republic. Founded on 6 October 1923, by the Czechoslovak government as CSA Ceskoslovenske Statni Aerolinie (Czechoslovak State Airlines). After the breakup of the Czechoslovak Federation, the airline adopted its present name in May 1995.

 

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23/6/1947 (From Bratislava to Kosice)

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

5/3/1951 (From Praha to Zurich)

 

 

19/5/1962 (From Praha to Bruxelles to Paris)

 

 

5/10/1964 (From Praha to Geneve to London)

 

 

4/6/1965 (From Praha to Sofia to Praha)

 

 

6/5/1969 (From Paris to Prague)

 

 

26/5/1971 (From Praha to Leningrad)

 

 

7/5/1974 (From Praha to Moskva)

 

 

21/10/1996 (From Athens to Prague to Athens)

 

 

17/3/1999 (From Prague to Athens to Prague)

 

 

2/6/2002 (From Kiev to Prague to Sofia to Prague to Kiev)

 

 

3/7/2002 (From Athens to Prague to Athens)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Prague to Athens)

 

 

 

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