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Czech Republic & Austria 2019 tour added (Grant Robinson)

Czech Republic & Austria Tour – Saturday 31st August through to Saturday 7th September 2019

 

Join us for 6 days spotting in Czech Republic where the Czech Air Force will be attending the annual Czech International Air Fest held at Hradec Králové.

We will also have a look at the following military bases. Being there on weekdays, we are hoping to see some military movements and all these bases can be viewed from outside;

Cáslav (JAS-39/L-39 & L-159), Námest (Mi-24/Mi-35 & Mi-171)

Námest (Mi-24/Mi-35 & Mi-171)

Pardubice (EV-97/E480/L-39/L-410/Mi-17 & Z142)

Prague-Kbely (A319, CL601, C295M, L-410, Mi-8, Mi-17 & W-3A).

10 museums will be visited and as many of the various wrecks & relics located on our route around the Czech Republic for those of us who like military heritage.

This will be a unique chance to see as many past (Czechoslovak) and present aircraft operated by the Czech Republic Air Force as possible.

To finish off the extensive tour around the Czech Republic, we head South into Austria for 2 days to take in the bi-annual Airpower19 show at Zeltweg. As with the Czech International Air Fest show, this will be a great chance to see many past and present aircraft operated by the Austrian Air Force. It has been confirmed that the museum on the base is also open during the Airpower19 show.

 

Some time will also be spent at Prague’s main airport with 2 nights hotel being close to Prague/Václav Havel airport (PRG) which is the main base for CSA Czech Airlines and SmartWings. Also Brno–Tuřany airport & Vienna/Schwechat airport (VIE) which is the main base for Austrian Airlines, Eurowings Europe, LEVEL and Laudamotion.

 

We will also take a look at some general aviation airfields;

Benešov

Brno-Medlánky

Brno–Tuřany

Hosín

Jihlava

Kolín

Mladá Boleslav

Příbram

Prague-Letnany

Prague-Tocna

 

Having focused on civil and military, we also take time out to look at museums and wrecks & relics. We will visit the following museums where over 300 aircraft should be seen along with many wrecks & relics located along our route;

Brno (Technické Muzeum v Brně) x 6

Čáslav (Museum of Agricultural Technology) x 2

Deštná (Letecké Muzeum) x 3

Koněšín (Letecké Muzeum) x 22

Kunovice (Letecké Muzeum) x 27

Prague (Národní Technické Muzeum) x 14

Prague-Kbely (Letecké Muzeum Kbely) x 133

Prague-Letnany (Stará Aerovka Museum)

Vyskov (Muzeum Letecke A Pozemni Techniky) x 43

Zruč-Senec (Parkoviště Air Park) x 71

 

Land only (not including your flights) tour cost is £600 which includes seven nights hotel, ground transport, entry to all museums and both air shows. You can book whatever flight is convenient for you and meet us at Prague and depart from Vienna. The option is also available to meet us at Prague on Monday, Brno on Wednesday or Vienna on Thursday if you want a shorter trip – just ask for revised price and details of the schedule to see how you could fit in.

This price includes hotels, ground transport, entrance to all museums and both air shows. As you can normally expect from us, you will know that much detailed planning and effort has gone in to the planned schedule to maximise the amount and variation of aircraft to be seen. Not included is flights or food.

Best regards,

Grant Robinson

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