The New Budweis International Airport, located in the South Bohemian region in the Czech Republic, is eyeing a 2020 opening with plans to begin scheduled flights from May 2020. The new airport will become the Czech Republic’s sixth international airport. The former Air Force base was rededicated as a civil airport in 2008 and currently handles general aviation services, but also special flights using Boeing 737s or Airbus A320 family aircraft. Terminal 1, which is currently under ...

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