Press releases

  • This winter season, Prague will have direct scheduled connections to 105 airports in 50 countries around the world


    The winter flight schedule will come into force at Prague Airport on 10/31/2010. Between the end of October and 3/25/2011, 50 air carriers are planning direct scheduled connections to 105 airports in 50 countries. The overall number of planned seating capacity will grow by 1.6% for full service carriers as compared to the 2009/2010 winter season, with growth of 4.3% for low-cost carriers and 13.7% for charter flights. Total seating capacity will increase 3% to 5,930,000. There may be up to 52,000 takeoffs and landings during the winter season.

  • Aelia Duty Free: New Quality Shopping at Prague Airport


    In September of 2010, two newly reconstructed Aelia Duty Free shops opened in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at Prague Airport. The operator of the new shops is Aelia Czech Republic, a joint venture of the Aelia Group and HDS Retail Czech Republic.

  • Main Runway at Prague Airport to Undergo Regular Autumn Maintenance


    Prague Airport will be carrying out regular autumn maintenance of the runway system between September 13 and September 27. The main runway, RWY 06/24, will be undergoing repairs after the most operationally demanding time of the year, the summer season, to get ready for winter operations.

  • Prague Airport as the only airport from Eastern Europe was nominated to a marketing award


    Prague Airport was nominated to an award for marketing activities (Airport Marketing Awards) for the European region (as the only airport from Eastern Europe) at the biggest world event in the air service industry, at the so called World Route Development Forum which is held this year from 19. 9. – 21. 9. in Canadian Vancouver

  • Holiday travelling from Prague will be cheaper


    Prague Airport together with partners are improving their services for passengers from regions. Air holiday from Prague will be even more accessible for passengers from distant Czech regions. After a great success of the project „Go by train to the airport. We will bring you back for free“, the airport is coming with another offer which will make holiday travelling significantly easier from the end of October. Travel agencies will be offered packages which will enable their clients to buy parking services, hotel or a train to the airport for bargain prices together with their air trips. For passengers from České Budějovice, Brno or Ostrava will therefore the departure from Prague be even more comfortable.

  • Exhibition of Original Czech Fashion Open to Travelers from around the Globe


    A unique exhibition of original fashions opens today at Prague Airport. The CZECH FASHION LIFE/ ČESKÁ MÓDA ŽIJE 2010 exhibition is being organized by Letiště Praha together with the Czech Fashion Association. The exhibition will provide visitors with a look at current trends in Czech fashion as seen by young fashion designers and traditional Czech labels.

  • New destination


    The Azerbaijani airline AZAL this morning launched a regularly scheduled connection providing weekly service between Prague and Baku. The Airbus 319 will operate every Thursday in both directions.

  • New route to Newcastle


    Leading Low Fare Airline has increased the number of routes from Prague airport to four with the addition of a new route to Newcastle in the North East of England starting in November 2010

  • Lowest prices on selected items


    Just like in other national airports, passengers at Prague Airport will now find products in a variety of shops labelled with the Best Price Guarantee sticker. Airport shops participating in the campaign will offer selected products featuring the sticker for the lowest prices in the Czech Republic.

  • New route to Dubai


    Emirates lived up to its name as the international airline of the UAE after passengers from more than 24 countries joined its first flight to Prague

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