CSA Czech Airlines is looking to increase its passengers by 1 million to 5.4 million in 2005 and to move up to seventh place among AEA members, it said in a statement issued yesterday. This year it will add two A320s and one 737-500 to its fleet and dedicate two A321s for charter flights. In addition, new flights to Sarajevo, Minsk and Skopje are on its agenda, as well as service from Riga to Rome. CSA also plans to add 30 frequencies on existing routes. During the year it plans to begin ...

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