In the beginning,
there was an effort to help people travel the world.
Then, the story of Invia began.

Initially, two independent companies were operating from the Czech Republic and Germany, respectively. They grew steadily and expanded to the neighbouring countries: Austria, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Switzerland. However, they still operated separately.

Then disaster struck: the CEO of the German group died tragically, and due to other causalities, the whole organisation did not perform well. For Rockaway Capital, this was an immediate challenge: to build up a coherent group which naturally grew up from Czech and German markets spilling over to the neighbouring markets with the clear goal to become a pan-European leader in online travelling.

Not even two years have passed since the Invia Group got consolidated.

Thanks to our disciplined approach, clear vision and active leadership of the Rockaway Capital team, we have managed to reach a position of prominence in the DACH region. Since then the Group is growing fast.

We have reached the first place in the online travel segment in seven countries in Central Europe. Employing more than 1,200 people, the Invia Group offers its services to 160 million customers and aims to achieve sales in the value of EUR 2 billion in 2020.

Our history is not very long.
We believe we are still at the beginning.

Our Companies


Our booking websites had more than 290 million visitors in 2019 alone.

In 2019, more than 3 million passengers travelled with us.

In 2019, the total transaction value (TTV) was EUR 1.5 billion.

We sold more than 2.3 million airline tickets in 2019 alone.

Every good idea came from someone on our team

Top Management

Country Managers

Advisory Board

We are proud to be a part of the Rockaway Capital group.

The Rockaway Capital group was established in 2013 as a continuation of private investments undertaken by Jakub Havrlant with the aim of building, on the foundation of new technologies and the digital economy, a group that would have international impact.

The firms under Rockaway’s administration achieved aggregate sales of more than EUR 2.5 billion in 2019 and employ more than five thousand people in 17 European countries.

Rockaway is focused on the area of e-commerce (Mall Group and Heureka Shopping), e-travel (Invia Group) and book publishing (Euromedia Group) with operations in the CEE region, and plays an active role in the firms within the Rockaway group and takes part in their management. In addition to the main pillars of its portfolio, Rockaway constantly seeks new opportunities among global technology start-ups and in the fields of fintech and blockchain.

Rockaway Capital