Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG)

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Prague Airport is in Ruzyně on the outskirts of Prague. It has two main terminals. Terminal 1 is for flights to and from non-Schengen countries, and Terminal 2 is for flights within the Schengen area. Terminal 3 is for private and charter flights, and Terminal 4 is for VIP flights and state visits. You can use buses, taxis, or a rental car to get to and from the airport. And in both terminals, you'll find many clothing stores, coffee shops, and restaurants where you can try the famous Czech beer.

Airport locationVaclav Havel airport is in Prague, the capital city of Czechia.
IATA codePRG
ICAO codeLKPR
Latitude & longitude50.1008333, 14.26
Time zoneEurope/Prague
Websitewww.prg.aero
Telephone+420220111888 - General Information
Airport ownerLetiště Praha a.s.

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Prague is in the heart of Europe. Its airport, PRG, offers flights to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Hamburg, Helsinky, and more distant destinations like Dubai, New York, and Istanbul.

Terminals at Prague Airport

There are 4 terminals in Prague. Terminal 1 for Schengen flights. Terminal 2 for non-Schengen flights. Terminal 3 for private and charter flights. Terminal 4 for VIP's and state visits. There's no shuttle transport between terminals.

TerminalDescription
Terminal 1

Schengen area Terminal.

Terminal 2

Non-Schengen area terminal.

Terminal 3

Private and charter flights.

Getting from Prague Airport to the city center

From Prague Airport you can go to the city center by taxi, Uber, or bus. There are bus stations directly in front of the terminals. The recommended bus line is 100 in the direction of Zličín, then transfer to Metro B or 119 in the direction of Divoká Šárka, then transfer to metro A.

OptionPriceAvg. journey timeAvailability
Car

Small cars start at $79 for 24 hours.

Around 30 minutes without trafic.

8:00 – 22:00

Train
Bus

A 90-minute ticket costs $1.

Take bus number 100 or 119, then transfer to the Metro after about 20 minutes. Then it'll take another 20 minutes to the city center.

24/7

Taxi

Between $24 and $34.

24/7

How to get from Prague Airport to the city center by car

You can go directly via Evropská street.

How to get from Prague Airport to the city center by bus

You should take bus lines 110 and 119, located in front of the terminal. Then transfer to the Metro.

How to get from Prague Airport to the city center by taxi

FIX TAXI and Taxi Praha are the airport's partners, and they'll provide you with the best offer. They operate nonstop, and you can find them at the Arrival Halls at Terminals 1 and 2. Boarding points are marked.

Frequently asked questions

Learn more about Prague Airport. Here are the top 5 questions asked by other travelers.

How do I get from Prague Airport to the city center?

You can take a taxi which will cost you about $22, or you can take a bus which goes directly from the airport and will cost you about $2.

How much is a taxi from Prague airport to the city center?

A regular taxi could cost you around $29, but you can go by Uber, which could be cheaper and might only cost about $22.

Is there more than one airport in Prague?

No, there's just one airport, and it's called Vaclav Havel Airport. It's in the Ruzyně area on the outskirts of Prague.

Which airport do I fly into to visit Prague?

If you want to visit Prague, you'll arrive at Vaclav Havel Airport in Ruzyně. It is the only international airport in Prague.

Is Prague Airport busy?

Yes, it's the biggest airport in the Czech Republic and the only international airport in Prague. 2019 was the airport's best year on record, where they served almost 18 million passengers.

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