On 2 July 2020 ČD presented the prototype of the future batch modernisation of Class 810 diesel railcars destined for the Moravian-Silesian Region (Moravskoslezský kraj, MSK).
Between 14 and 16 June, international passenger services from the Czech Republic in the directions to Austria and Germany were restored, this including the operation of railjet Praha - Wien - Graz services and “Berliner” Praha - Berlin - Hamburg (- Kiel) services. At the same time, this enabled start of one new direct Graz - Wien - Praha - Berlin railjet service.
In addition to the ČD Viaggio Comfort cars, six of which are now at various stages of final assembly, Škoda Vagonka also produces the first double deck cars for České dráhy.
On 3 June 2020, locomotives 193 289 and 193 294 underwent the approval runs required for the issuance of a permit to operate in Hungary. The other of the ten Vectrons, which ČD hires from ELL, have completed this already before leased to ČD in late 2017.
Škoda Vagonka continues to build a batch of five three-car push-pull trains for ČD, which were ordered on 29 March 2019.