The Longest Direct Route Takes You to Seoul, the Shortest to Munich. Scheduled Flights Take Off Sunday from Václav Havel Airport Prague
On Sunday 3 March 2013, the summer schedule goes into operation. The countries with the greatest number of summer destinations include Italy, with thirteen destinations, followed by Russia with twelve, and Greece and Great Britain with nine destinations each. The most frequent flights - up to ten a day - will fly from Prague to Paris/Charles de Gaulle, with nine flights a day to Sheremetyevo in Moscow and eight to Frankfurt. A total 51 airlines will be offering flights to 111 regular destinations from Václav Havel Airport Prague. The closest airport connected by regular transport is in Munich, at a distance of 265 kilometers as the crow flies. By contrast, the longest route will be Seoul, at a distance of 8,258 km.
This afternoon, starting at 1 PM, a strategic emergency exercise is going to take place at Václav Havel Airport Prague. The exercise focuses on a simulated aircraft accident during take-off and is being jointly organized by Prague Airport, Czech Airlines and Czech Airlines Handling.
The recently opened REST & FUN CENTER, featuring rest and recreation for passengers at Václav Havel Airport Prague, is offering a “Coffee and Croissant on the House”. It's available to all passengers flying into or out of Terminal 1. Information is provided in the transit area of the terminal in the form of flyers handed out upon takeoffs and landings.
The remaining two phases of the general repairs to the main runway will be combined into one, to be undertaken this year. Prague Airport has thus been able to accommodate the needs of residents impacted by the increased traffic on the alternate runway.
Prague Continues to Draw Travelers, 2012 Transportation Results for Václav Havel Airport Prague Show
The total number of passengers passing through Václav Havel Airport Prague in 2012 fell year-on-year, but the number of so-called local passengers flying out of or into Prague grew by almost 2%. The drop consists of transfer passengers, i.e., those using Prague as an intermediate location.
Václav Havel Airport Prague is now offering free WiFi connection also in the A A A Radiotaxi vehicles
Since mid-December 2012 Václav Havel Airport Prague has been offering high-speed wireless internet access to its passengers and other airport visitors free of charge. Since January, the contracting taxi operator, A A A Radiotaxi s.r.o., has launched the free WiFi in their vehicles.
Václav Havel Airport Prague today opened its REST & FUN CENTER. Housed in the site of a former hotel located directly in the airport transit zone, it represents a new concept which offers more than just accommodation. The new center offers everything from classic hotel rooms to salons aimed at particular types of travelers. It features the recently introduced free Wi-Fi service to ensure travelers have a pleasant stay at the airport.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner, today’s latest aircraft, landed at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague for the first time today. The aircraft, in the colors of LOT Polish Airlines, the Polish national airline, stopped in Prague in the first regular flight for an aircraft of this type registered in Europe. The route between Prague and Warsaw is thus the first intra-European route featuring the Dreamliner.
Prague Airport has prepared a Christmas present for its passengers: high-speed wireless internet access and the use of other technologies free of charge. In addition to Wi-Fi, passengers may make use of mobile applications for smart phones and get flight information more comfortably by SMS or e-mail.
HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines in the Jet Aircraft category and Austrian Airlines in the Propeller category have been chosen as the most environmental friendly airlines at Václav Havel Airport Prague for 2012
The winners of the 6th year of the QUIETEST AIRLINE Contest at Václav Havel Airport Prague are now known. The winner in the Jet Aircraft category is HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines. In the Propeller Aircraft category, Austrian Airlines reclaimed the title it won in 2008. Glass Swallow trophies were presented to the winners by representatives of both contest organizers – Marie Kousalíková, Mayor of Prague 6, and Jiří Pos, Director of Letiště Praha, a. s. Blabuburo, a drumming group from the nearby Roztoč Association which supports the airport, performed at the ceremony.