Holidays Czech Airlines

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Holidays Czech Airlines
HCSA logo.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1 June 2010
Commenced operations 1 August 2010
Ceased operations 30 June 2014 (2014-06-30) or 30 July 2014 (2014-07-30)
Operating bases Prague Václav Havel Airport
Fleet size 9[citation needed]
Destinations 0 [1]
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.[citation needed] Charter flights also operated from Dublin, Ireland across Europe.[citation needed] It had a registered Air Operator Certificate under Czech Airlines plc.


Holiday Czech Airlines had been operating charter flights since 1985 under Czech Airlines and in 2010 they became a subsidiary of Czech Airlines.[2]

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.[3]



Holidays Czech Airlines Airbus A320 Vanzura.jpg

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.[4]

Holidays Czech Airlines Fleet[5]
Aircraft Total Passengers Notes
Airbus A320-214 2
Leased from Travel Service
Boeing 737-400 2 unknown
Total 4


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