Press releases

  • Number of Checked Passengers at Václav Havel Airport Prague Grew by Nearly 18% Last Year


    In 2017, as per the Prague Airport 2017 operating results, Václav Havel Airport Prague handled a total of 15,415,001 passengers, which represents a 17.9% growth compared to 2016. The airport has thus confirmed its status of one of the fastest growing airports in its category of airports in Europe handling 10-25 million passengers a year.

  • Ceremonially Openining of the New KFC Restaurant at Václav Havel Airport Prague


  • Václav Havel Airport Prague Reached Historic Milestone when handled 15 Million Passengers


    Close after midnight today, Prague Airport reached the 15 million serviced passengers milestone which is the greatest number in 80-year-long history. The largest airport in the Czech Republic has thus beat the year-old record from December 2016 when announced the 13 millionth serviced passenger. In terms of operations, all year has been a record year at Prague Airport.

  • easyJet Wins the Title of Quietest Airline at Václav Havel Airport Prague


    The British air carrier, easyJet, has won this year’s QUIETEST AIRLINE contest organised by Prague Airport in co-operation with the Prague 6 Municipality. The trophy, in the form of glass swallows, was presented to the winner by Václav Řehoř, Chairman of the Prague Airport Board of Directors, and Eva Smutná, the Deputy-Mayor of Prague 6 Municipality. Alongside noise level parameters of aircraft upon arrival or departure, flight track adherence and aircraft seat capacity use, i.e. load factor, were evaluated in the contest. The airport in Prague thus annually motivates air carriers to reduce noise and pursue a considerate approach to residents of the airport’s surrounding areas.

  • Prague Airport Meets Its Five-Year Climate and Environmental Protection Goal


    Prague Airport has managed to meet the goal of continuously reducing its carbon footprint with the target of getting 9% below the 2009 figures, which the airport set for itself in 2012. For its measurable results and attempts to engage airport business partners in joint efforts to lower the amount of greenhouse gasses generated by their operations, Prague Airport was awarded an Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 3 Certificate.

  • Václav Havel Airport Prague Is the Fifth Fastest Growing Airport in Europe in Category of 10-25 Million Dispatched Passengers


    In the third quarter of 2017, Václav Havel Airport Prague became the fifth fastest growing airport in Europe in the category of airports handling 10-25 million passengers a year, based on the regular ACI Europe Airport Traffic Report published earlier today.

  • Václav Havel Airport Prague to be Connected with 112 Destinations in 2017/2018 Winter Season


    On Sunday, 29 October 2017, the winter schedule comes into effect at Václav Havel Airport Prague. 61 airlines plan to operate at Václav Havel Airport Prague during the winter season, with 56 air carriers servicing passenger routes. The new schedule features regular connections to 112 destinations, which is eight more than during the same period last year. Passengers can also look forward to flights to 11 new destinations.

  • Prague Airport Is EASA Aviation Safety Certified


    Václav Havel Airport Prague, an international airport, meets a high level of safety pursuant to the rules and regulations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). As proof, the airport received a safety certificate from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Czech Republic in September 2017. Prague Airport is the fourth out of five Czech airport operators under the EASA jurisdiction to have received the certificate.

  • Václav Havel Airport Prague Conquers Another Record


    Václav Havel Airport Prague has experienced the three strongest summer months in terms of operations, handling record 4,912,087 passengers from June to August 2017, with most of flights headed to Moscow, Paris, London and Amsterdam. Thanks to the season, a significant year-on-year growth was experienced by Antalya and Burgas, popular holiday destinations, while travellers from Prague also shown increased interest in Tel Aviv, Israel.

  • Prague Airport’s Official Statement on Taxi Drivers Announced Protest Ride


    Due to the announced protest ride of taxi drivers planned for Monday 2 October 2017 10:00 AM, which could affect the access road to Václav Havel Airport Prague, we advise passengers coming to the airport by car to plan their journey allowing enough time or rather use public transport bus lines, such as 119 (from Nádraží Veleslavín metro station), 191 (from Petřiny or Anděl metro stations) or 100 (from Zličín metro station). If you are arriving by car, please follow traffic signs and instructions provided by the Police of the Czech Republic.

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