Ready for the EU, ready for low fares

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As air travel in Western Europe has become as easy and cheap as in the US, Central Europe couldn't help feeling left behind. Despite booming economies, former communist states such as Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, and Czech Republic had been mostly ignored by low cost carriers like Ryanair and easyJet, who chose to focus on more established markets in the West first. But things are changing fast (looming ratification of the newcomers' EU membership didn't hurt): -- EasyJet is now flying to Prague from Stansted, Bristol, East Midlands and Newcastle. -- As of 11 July 2003, Slovakian carrier Sky Europe flies…

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