Prague Airport (officially Vaclav Havel Airport Prague) is a modern, spacious airport with two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
All international flights bound for Prague arrive at this airport.
|Prague Airport - Prague Airport map|
Prague Airport is located 17km west of the city centre.
There are around 250 flights per day, connecting the Czech capital to over 100 worldwide destinations, and carrying 10 million passengers per year.
Flights from the Schengen area
arrive at Terminal 2.
Other flights, including UK flights, arrive at Terminal 1.
Prague Airport has all the facilities of a modern airport: restaurants, cafés and Czech and International shops. Visitors can purchase duty free goods, jewellery, luxury branded clothing and a range of traditional Czech products, such as local food, beer and wines.
|Tax free shopping, offering savings of up to 21%, is available to passengers departing on flights bound for destinations outside the EU.|
A Prague Visitor Information Centre and a Public Transport Information Centre are located in the arrivals hall at both terminals, open daily 08:00-20:00.
Currency exchange offices are situated in the arrival and departure halls at both airport terminals, although better rates are available in the city centre - currency exchange.
Cash machines (ATMs) are located at both terminals. At Terminal 1, exit customs and in the arrivals hall the ATMs are to the right, by the stairs. At Terminal 2, exit customs and in the arrivals hall the ATMs are to the left.
Note: there are cash machines inside the baggage halls, but they charge high commission - wait until you exit customs and enter the arrivals hall.
Free Wi-Fi is also available at Prague Airport.
|Prague Airport Transfers|
Prague Experience offers Prague airport transfers, for a safe and comfortable journey into the city.
Our Prague airport taxis are driven by polite English speaking drivers. We charge a fixed price to all hotels in Prague - the journey time into the city by taxi is around 30 minutes: Prague airport transfers
Alternatively, you can travel into Prague by taking a bus, then the metro. The journey time by public transport is around 1 hour - Prague public transport
Prague airport transfers