Budweis International Airport, located in the South Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, has opened its terminal as part of an audit-and-test phase that will lead to flight operations starting in spring 2020. Budweis head of airline marketing and aviation development Dieter Pammer confirmed the 2020 schedule, but said the airport was not yet revealing its first airlines. The new airport is the Czech Republic’s sixth international airport. Budweis is located on a former air force ...

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