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Preventing Serious Accidents

Notice

Current Information and Recommendation for Passengers:

Information on the airport's protective measures, prevention, testing and other important information for travelling can be found HERE.

ALERT: According to the Czech Government regulation, please wear a FFP2 respirator when inside the airport. Thank you for protecting yourselves and those around you.

If you are flying from Prague, you can travel to the airport through different districts of the Czech Republic based on the exception for travelling outside the country. However, you must present an official form by the Czech Ministry of Interior together with a flight ticket reservation, a boarding pass or a confirmation of accommodation.

We ask passengers flying to Amsterdam who wish to undergo a mandatory antigen test to arrive at the airport at least three (3) hours before their scheduled departure. More information HERE.

To review all conditions to travel to the Czech Republic, please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website.

Prague Airport, as the operator of an international airport, handles hazardous substances (e.g., aviation fuel) in large quantities to facilitate airport operations.

Under the Serious Accident Prevention Act, Prague Airport is obliged to draft a Safety Programme.

The Safety Programme has been drafted in a way to fulfil two objectives. Alongside its main objective, which is to describe, provide instructions and outline procedures for the implementation and management of a serious accident prevention system, it serves as a document presented by company management to administrative bodies, surrounding entities and the general public on the extent of risk deriding from airport operations.

The Safety Programme also includes the acceptance of the company obligations to prevent serious accidents – the Serious Accident Prevention Policy (CZ).