1977/78: CSA Czech Network

The following is CSA Czech Airlines’ (back then was known as CSA Czechoslovakia Airlines) network in 1977/78 Winter season.

The unit of the frequencies is WEEKLY, round-trip.

IL6 Ilyushin Il62
IL8 Ilyushin Il18
LT4 Let-410
TU3 Tupolev Tu134
YK4 Yak40

Route
Freq & A/C REMARK
Prague – Bratislava 50 IL8
20 TU3
Prague – Bratislava – Sliac 2 YK4
Prague – Bratislava – Tatry 6 TU3
7 IL8
Prague – Brno 47 YK4
Prague – Brno – Ostrava – Kosice 5 YK4
Prague – Gottwaldov 25 LT4
Prague – Karlovy Vary 10 YK4
Prague – Kosice 11 YK4
Prague – Ostrava 10 TU3
10 IL8
4 YK4
Prague – Piestany 23 YK4
Prague – Sliac 17 YK4
Prague – Uherske Hradiste 10 LT4
Prague – Zilina 10 YK4
Kosice – Sliac – Bratislava – Prague 5 YK4 one-way
Bratislava – Kosice 30 YK4
Bratislava – Sliac 6 YK4
Brno – Karlovy Vary 5 YK4
Prague – Algiers 1 TU3 Bi-weekly
Prague – Athens – Beirut – Bombay – Singapore – Jakarta 1 IL6
Prague – Athens – Kuwait – Bombay – Singapore 1 IL6 Bi-weekly
Prague – Beirut – Cairo 1 IL6
Prague – Casablanca – Dakar – Freetown – Conakry – Dakar – Casablanca – Prague 1 IL6 Bi-weekly
Prague – Damascus – Baghdad – Tehran 1 IL6 Bi-weekly
Prague – Damascus – Kuwait – Tehran 1 IL6 Bi-weekly
Prague – Montreal – Havana 2 IL6
Prague – Montreal – New York – Prague 1 IL6
Prague – Tunis – Tripoli
Prague – Amsterdam – Brussels – Prague 1 TU3
Prague – Berlin East 8 TU3
Prague – Berlin East – Helsinki 2 TU3
Prague – Bratislava – Kiev 1 TU3 Bi-weekly
Prague – Bratislava – Sofia 1 TU3
Prague – Brussels 1 TU3
Prague – Brussels – Amsterdam – Prague 1 TU3
Prague – Bucharest 1 TU3
Prague – Budapest 3 TU3
Prague – Budapest – Bucharest 2 TU3
Prague – Copenhagen 1 TU3
Prague – Copenhagen – Stockholm 2 TU3
Prague – Geneva – Barcelona 1 TU3
Prague – Geneva – Madrid 1 TU3
Prague – Leningrad 2 TU3
Prague – London 2 TU3
1 IL6
Prague – Moscow 7 IL6
Prague – Paris Orly 3 TU3
Prague – Sofia 2 TU3
Prague – Vienna 2 YK4
1 TU3
Prague – Warsaw 5 TU3
Prague – Zagreb – Belgrade 3 TU3
Prague – Zurich 5 TU3
Bratislava – Moscow 2 TU3
Tatry – Berlin East 1 TU3

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