Getting to Airport
Getting to Airport

Public Transport Buses

Notice

Current information and recommendation for passengers:

Thank you for protecting yourself and other travellers at the airport by wearing a face mask, keeping a safe distance, washing your hands frequently and using hand sanitizersWe recommend checking the entry requirements of the country you are travelling to and the measures taken by your airline.

ALERT: Please note that according to a new measure implemented by the Dutch government as of 23 January 2021, in addition to a negative RT-PCR test result, all passengers coming to the Netherlands must present also a negative COVID-19 antigen test result before their departure to Amsterdam. The test must be performed no later than 4 hours before boarding the aircraft. Passengers can undergo the antigen test directly at the airport at the testing point in the connecting corridor between terminal buildings, which operates daily from 4:00 a.m. to midnight. However, we recommend checking the available provider's capacity online on the GHC Genetics’ website. More information about testing can be found here.

Important information for KLM and Czech Airlines passengers on the route from Prague to Amsterdam - HERE

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

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

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The connection between Prague City Centre and Václav Havel Airport Prague is provided by public transport bus lines which operate at regular few-minute intervals.

To ensure the quickest arrival to the airport, we recommend the passengers to take the bus 119 (Nádraží Veleslavín – Terminal 1/Terminal 2) connecting to Metro Line A, or the bus 100 (Zličín – Terminal 1/Terminal 2) connecting to Metro Line B.

Public transport bus rides are subject to regular Prague Integrated Public Transport Fares (including season passes) and bus rides do not need to be booked in advance. Tickets may be purchased from ticket machines located at the entry to Metro Line A or B, at the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) counter or DPP information centre. Prague Airport is not the provider of the service.

Bus Lines
119 Bus Line

boarding bus stop: Nádraží Veleslavín

travel time approx. 15 min
change from metro line A
100 Bus Line

boarding bus stop: Zličín

travel time approx. 18 min
change from metro line B
191 Bus Line

boarding bus stop: Anděl (Stroupežnického Street)

travel time approx. 50 min
Change from metro line B
910 Bus Line

boarding bus stop: I.P. Pavlova/Arbesovo náměstí/Divoká Šárka

travel time approx. 80 min from I.P. Pavlova
Night service only (0:00 - 4:00)

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Purchasing Tickets

Public transport tickets must be purchased in advance before the passenger boards the bus. Tickets can be purchased in the Prague Public Transit Company information centres, via SMS or from ticket vending machines located at the entry to metro or directly at bus stops. It is not possible to use regular Prague Public Transport tickets for rides from the Prague Main Railway Station aboard Airport Express.

Current Fares are available on the Prague Public Transit Company’s website..

Contact the carrier can be found here.