Václav Havel Airport Prague (Mezinárodní letiště Václava Havla Praha)
The largest airport in the Czech Republic, it handles nearly 12 million passengers yearly. Fifty airlines connect Prague directly to over 130 destinations around the world. The first airplane landed at Ruzyně on April 5, 1937. Thanks to the gradual modernisation of the check-in facilities, the runways, and the technical facilities as well as due to the development of new technologies and services, the airport was recognised in 2011 as the most actively developing airport in the world.
Prague international airport operates two terminals. Terminal 1 is designated for departures to countries outside of the Schengen Area while Terminal 2 handles departures to the Schengen Area member states.
Airport information, departures, arrivals - nonstop phoneline 220 111 888
Airport musem: history of the airport (large-format photos, films), copy of a historic plane Avia BH 25. The museum is located in the public area of Terminal 2 Departure Hall - in front of the entrance to the viewing terrace.
Viewing terrace - one of the terraces is located in the public area of the Terminal 2 Departure Hall beside the entrance to the connecting building between Terminals 1 and 2, another one is in the transit area of Terminal 1, with entrance from the Praha restaurant.
Prague Airport tours:
- individual and group tours – dates, conditions, pricing, see the web site - (Prague Airport tours)
- order through the form
- several sightseeing routes