Delta Plans More Codeshare with CSA Czech

Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) today said it has expanded its codeshare relationship with SkyTeam partner CSA Czech Airlines flights via Prague, Czech Republic, to Riga, Latvia Nov. 15, 2002.

Delta currently codeshares with CSA on its services from New York (JFK) to Prague and via Prague to Vienna, Austria; Zagreb, Croatia; Brno and Ostrava, Czech Republic; Copenhagen, Denmark; Helsinki, Finland; Budapest, Hungary; Bologna, Milan, Rome and Venice, Italy; Warsaw, Poland; Bucharest, Romania; Bratislava and Kosice, Slovakia; Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden; Zurich, Switzerland; Oslo, Norway; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Delta customers traveling to Prague also can connect via CSA in Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris.

Delta and CSA continue to expand their SkyTeam alliance relationship using Prague’s Ruzyne International Airport to provide service to destinations in Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Delta Air Lines, the world’s second largest carrier in terms of passengers carried and the U.S. airline with the most transatlantic destinations, offers 5,781 flights each day to 428 destinations in 77 countries on Delta, Delta Express, Delta Shuttle, Delta Connection and Delta’s worldwide partners. Delta is a founding member of SkyTeam, a global airline alliance that provides customers with extensive worldwide destinations, flights and services. For more information, please go to

CSA serves its 2.4 million annual passengers with 134 daily departures to 61 destinations in 38 countries. Its fleet of 30 Airbus, Boeing and ATR Aerospatiale Alenia aircraft has an average age of 6.12 years.


SkyTeam is the first global airline alliance created around the customer, partnering Aeroméxico, Air France, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Korean Air. Through one of the world’s most extensive hub networks, SkyTeam offers its 176.7 million annual passengers a worldwide system of 7,091 daily flights covering all the major destinations, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere, where nearly 80 percent of the world’s traffic flies, while still providing a consistent standard of performance, quality and detailed attention to service.