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Information for Passengers – travelling from/to the Czech Republic

Many protective measures have been set up at Václav Havel Airport Prague for several months. Departures and arrivals take place under strict hygienic conditions, which are to ensure the health and safety of passengers. We recommend to all passengers and visitors to wear face masks, to keep a safe distance from other people, to wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizers when inside the airport. Thank you for protecting yourselves and those around you.

We recommend all passengers also check protective measures of their airline and confirm the current conditions for entering the country to which they are travelling from Prague.

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

The current operational information and other updates from the airport can be found HERE.

The information on the prevention of the spread of coronavirus can be found HERE.




Terminal 2 in Prague airport

Be dazzled by the shining beauty of Iceland

The most northern metropolis in the world, the city of monuments and mysterious corners, that is the gate to the magnificent Icelandic landscape full of waterfalls, geysers, lakes with hot water surrounded by snow, ice fields, stony deserts and steaming volcanoes. A destination where you won’t even be able to breathe when you see the stunning scenery.

The landmark of the capital city of Reykjavik is Hallgrímskirkja, the largest church in Iceland, with its architecture resembling flowing lava. Also visit the Lutheran cathedral from the 18th century – Dómkirkjan, the Harpa concert hall, the Hofdi villa, the local council hall with its adjacent lake, the Sun Voyager sculpture or the Perlan water reservoir from which you can take in a unique view of the whole city.

An island full of the beauties of nature

It would definitely be a pity not to explore the island itself. What is worth mentioning is, for example, the famous Sólheimasandur desert with the wreck of the US Dakota aircraft , the Jökullsárlón ice lake, a glacier hiding the active volcano Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland’s most popular and frequented waterfall, Gullfoss or the Rainbow Mountains, one of the most magical places in the world, which is more difficult to reach.

The journey would not be complete if you did not visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, situated less than one hour from Reykjavik. Another captivating experience is whale-watching from a former fishing boat or the amazing northern lights if you visit the country in winter. Do not forget to try the specialties of the local cuisine.