CSA Czech Airlines released its 2010-11 winter flight schedule, signaling a change in its network philosophy to focus on offering passengers an East-West air bridge rather than operating to the highest number of destinations throughout Europe. The airline said the new network will take shape gradually, reaching a final form in 2012. Significantly, from Oct. 31 Brno, Munich, Cologne/Bonn, London Heathrow and Manchester will all be dropped from CSA's network. It will also reduce the ...

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