Letiště Praha, a. s. (hereinafter referred to as “Prague Airport” or the “Company”), is a business entity which performs the role of the operator of the most important international airport in the Czech Republic. Concurrently, Prague Airport associates companies active in the field of air transport and related ground-handling services within the area of the Prague/Ruzyně international airport. The sole shareholder of the Company is the State, represented by the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic.
Václav Havel Airport Prague is the gateway to the Central Europe region. It is also an airport in one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and at the same time the largest aerodrome in the Czech Republic. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, this international air hub handled almost 18 million passengers. In 2023, the airport expects to handle 13 million passengers. During the year, travellers can on average choose from the offer of over 50 airlines connecting Prague via a direct route with more than 130 destinations around the world. Furthermore, eight regular cargo carriers operate the destination and dozens of other companies provide charter flights there. Prague Airport employs approximately 2,400 people, with an estimated more than 14 thousand people being employed by companies active at the airport or linked to its operations.
Prague Airport, joint stock company, was established in February 2008 as part of the privatization transformation from the state-owned company Správa Letiště Praha, s.p. From 2011 until 2018, Prague Airport, joint stock company, was incorporated in the holding structure of the Czech Aeroholding Group. In 2018, the Group structure was simplified. Within the framework of a merger, selected holding companies, including Czech Aeroholding, were dissolved and their assets were transferred to the successor company Prague Airport. The Company bodies comprise a four-member Board of Directors and a six-member Supervisory Board.
In its activities, Prague Airport works closely with the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic, the Civil Aviation Authority, the Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic, air carriers, public authorities inside and outside the aviation sector, and other users of the airport. Last but not least, it also works closely with the Capital City of Prague and with the municipalities situated in the vicinity of the airport. Václav Havel Airport Prague is used as a base by four airlines, namely Smartwings, Ryanair, Eurowings, and Czech Airlines.
Board of Directors
Operator of the airport
Letiště Praha, a. s.
K letišti 1019/6, 161 00 Praha 6
Phone: +420 220 111 888, +420 220 111 111, +420 296 661 111
SITA: PRGCZ7X, PRVCZ7X
The central state administration body for matters related to civil aviation
Czech MoT – Civil Aviation Department
Telex: 121096 DOMI C, 122547 DOMI C
The administrative authority for state administration in matters related to civil aviation
The Civil Aviation Authority (Úřad pro civilní letectví)
Letiště Praha - Ruzyně, 160 08 Praha 6
Phone: +420 220 562 639
Business name: Letiště Praha, a. s.
Registered office: K Letišti 6/1019, 160 08 Praha 6
Company identification number: 28244532
Tax registration number: CZ699003361 (until 31.12 2013 this number was: CZ 282 44 532)
Letiště Praha, a. s. (hereinafter referred to as “Prague Airport” or “PA”) was established on 1 December 2008 by its entry into the Companies Register administered by the Municipal Court in Prague, Section B, Entry 14003.