CSA Czech Airines will resume flights on the routes from Prague to Berlin and Stuttgart. Both routes are left without flights since CSA-Partner CCA ceased operations due financial troubles.
CCA Central Connect Airlines took over various regional routes from CSA Czech Airlines in spring 2012 and served them at own risk with Saab 340. CSA had an codeshare agreement with CCA. But just a few months after CCA has taken over the routes, the small carrier had to cease all operations due financial troubles on June 19. Several routes out of Prague are left without services. With Berlin and Stuttgart CSA will resume two of them, but the others will probably not be resumed.
The routes to Berlin and Stuttagrt will be served twice daily with ATR 42, starting 3rd of September. The ATR 42s, the smallest aircraft in the fleet, were used on the flights before CCA overtook them.