Holidays Czech Airlines
|Founded||1 June 2010|
|Commenced operations||1 August 2010|
|Ceased operations||30 June 2014or 30 July 2014|
|Operating bases||Prague Václav Havel Airport|
|Fleet size||9|
|Parent company||Czech Aeroholding|
|Headquarters||Václav Havel Airport Prague|
Ruzyně, Prague, Czech Republic
Holidays Czech Airlines was a Czech Airlines brand used for operating holiday flights from Czech Republic to Greece, Turkey and Spain. Charter flights also operated from Dublin, Ireland across Europe. It had a registered Air Operator Certificate under Czech Airlines plc.
From 22 November 2011, the company began leasing its two Airbus A320s to Iceland Express, replacing the fleet previously leased by Astraeus Airlines. Iceland Express ceased operations on 21 November.
- Czech Republic
- Brno - Brno-Tuřany Airport
- Ostrava – Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava
- Prague - Prague Ruzyně Airport Base
- Corfu - Corfu International Airport
- Heraklion - Heraklion International Airport
- Kavala - Kavala International Airport
- Kefalonia – Kefalonia Island International Airport
- Kos - Kos Island International Airport
- Preveza - Aktion National Airport
- Rhodes - Rhodes International Airport
- Thessaloniki - Thessaloniki International Airport, "Makedonia"
- Zakynthos - Zakynthos International Airport
The Holidays Czech Airlines fleet included the following aircraft at the time it ceased operations. As of November 2011 the average age was 11.6 years.
|Airbus A320-214||2||Leased from Travel Service|
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2011-05-26.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- "Iceland Express launching newer planes". Travelbite.co.uk. 22 November 2011. Archived from the original on 23 November 2011. Retrieved 23 November 2011.
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