The Czech Airlines is the flagship carrier of the Czech Republic. It belongs to the oldest air carriers existing on the aviation market. They were established on October 6, 1923 by the Czechoslovak government. Before the end of the month, the first domestic flight was made, from Prague to Bratislava. The first international route, from Prague to Zagreb, was made by the carrier in 1930, and the first transatlantic flight to Havana took place in 1962. Today, the carrier’s network has more than one hundred destinations in 44 countries. The airline offers connections to most European capitals, as well as to major cities in North America. Czech Airlines' airplanes also fly to the Middle East and Africa. In Poland, they land in Krakow and Warsaw.