During this month, Prague Airport offers direct air connections to around 35 destinations, including charter flights. The list comprises routes to major European cities (e.g., Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and more), popular holiday retreats (such as Hurghada, Madeira, Canary Islands, etc.) and large hubs in the Middle East (namely Dubai and Doha). Many flights from Prague will be re-launched at the beginning of May 2021.
The resumed routes will include, for example, the Smartwings service to Split, Croatia, and the popular island of Lanzarote. Czech Airlines flights to Amsterdam and Iceland, the Keflavik airport, will also be resumed. airBaltic will join in with its direct connection to Riga, Latvia, which will first be operated once a week with planned gradual increases. In addition, passengers will, again, be able to book regular Vueling service to Barcelona and head to Malaga aboard Ryanair flights.
List of Resumed Connections from Prague:
|St. Petersburg||Smartwings||Up to Twice Weekly – already resumed|
|St. Petersburg||Rossiya Airlines|
Once a Week – already resumed
|Malaga||Ryanair||Once a Week|
|Split||Smartwings||Once a Week|
|Riga||airBaltic||Once a Week – with gradual increases|
|Barcelona||Vueling||Up to Five Times a Week|
|Lanzarote||Smartwings||Once a Week|
|Amsterdam||Czech Airlines||Up to 12 Times a Week|
|Keflavik||Czech Airlines||Up to Twice Weekly|
Current overview of available direct connections from Prague is to be found here.
We recommended passengers with scheduled flights to always review all currently valid conditions for travel before the trip, thus avoiding complications during check-in and border control.
Information on measures implemented at the airport and other important instructions are available to passengers here.