Airlines at Prague AirportThe airlines listed below serve Prague Airport. Destinations are subject to change – for up-to-date information, please consult the particular airline’s website. Also, note that some destinations might be served by a code-share airline.

Aegean Airlines – flights from Athens, Greece, to Prague. Flights arriving at Terminal 2.

Aer Lingus – low-cost flights from Dublin. Flights arriving at Terminal 1.

Aeroflot – flights from Moscow/Sheremetyevo. Terminal 1.

Air Baltic – flights from Riga. Terminal 2.

Air Company Yakutia – flights from Krasnodar, Russia. Arriving at Terminal 1.

Air France – flights from Lyon, Marseille, Paris/Ch. de Gaulle, Toulouse. Terminal 2.

Air Malta – flights from Malta. Terminal 2.

Alitalia – flights from Rome/Fiumicino. Terminal 2.

Austrian Airlines – flights from Vienna. Terminal 2.

Azerbaijan Airlines – flights from Baku. Terminal 1.

Belavia – flights from Minsk. Terminal 1.

British Airways – flights from London/Heathrow. Terminal 1.

Brussels Airlines – flights from Brussels. Terminal 2.

Bulgaria Air – flights from Sofia. Terminal 1.

CSA Czech Airlines – Czech national airline flies from Abu Dhabi, Almaty, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin/Tegel, Brussels, Bucharest/Otopeni, Budapest, Copenhagen, Donetsk, Dusseldorf, Ekaterinburg, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Kyiv/Borispol, Kosice, Madrid, Milan/Malpensa, Minsk, Moscow/Sheremetyevo, Munich, Nice, Nizhniy Novgorod, Odesa, Ostrava, Perm, Paris/CDG, Rome/Fiumicino, Rostov, Samara, Seoul/Incheon, Sofia, St Petersburg, Stockholm/Arlanda, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Tashkent, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Ufa, Venice/Marco Polo, Warsaw, Yerevan, Zurich. Arriving Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

Darwin Airline – flights from Geneva. Terminal 2.

Delta Air Lines – flights from New York/J.F.K. Terminal 1.

EasyJet – low-cost airline flying from Amsterdam, Bristol, Edinburgh, London/Gatwick, London/Stansted, Lyon, Manchester, Milan/Malpensa, Paris/Charles de Gaulle. Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

EL AL (Israel Airlines) – flights from Tel Aviv. Terminal 1.

Emirates – flights from Dubai. Terminal 1.

Finnair – flights from Helsinki. Terminal 2.

Germanwings – flights from Cologne. Terminal 2.

HOLIDAYS Czech Airlines – Charter summer flights from Hurghada, Marsa Allam, and Sharm El Sheikh. Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

Iberia – flights from Madrid. Terminal 2.

Jet2 – flights from Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle. Terminal 1.

KLM – flights from Amsterdam. Terminal 2.

Korean Air – flights from Seoul/Incheon. Terminal 1.

LOT Polish Airlines – flights from Warsaw. Terminal 2.

Lufthansa – flights from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich. Terminal 2.

Norwegian – Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm/Arlanda. Terminal 2.

Rossiya (Russian Airlines) – flights from St Petersburg. Terminal 1.

S7 Airlines – Novosibirsk. Terminal 1.

SAS – Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm/Arlanda. Terminal 2.

SmartWings – flights from Antalya, Barcelona, Bilbao, Bourgas, Cagliari, Catania, Chania, Dubai, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Heraklion, Ibiza, Corfu, Kos, Lamezia Terme, Larnaca, Malaga, Naples, Nice, Olbia, Palma De Mallorca, Paris/Charles de Gaulle, Patras, Rhodes, Rome/Fiumicino, Split, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Valencia, Zakinthos. Some flights operated on a charter basis only. Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

SWISS International Air Lines – flights from Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva, and Zurich. Terminal 2.

TAP Portugal – flights from Lisbon. Terminal 2.

Tatarstan Airlines – flights from Kazan, Perm. Terminal 1.

Transavia – flights from Rotterdam. Terminal 2.

Travel Service – charter flights to Bangkok, Cancun, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Marsa Allam, Mombasa, Montego Bay, Oslo, Porlamar, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Sal, Samana, Sharm El Sheikh, Tenerife, Varadero, Zanzibar. Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

Turkish Airlines – flights from Istanbul. Terminal 1.

Ukraine International Airlines – flights from Kyiv/Borispol. Terminal 1.

Ural Airlines – Terminal 1.

Volotea Airlines – flights from Nantes, France. Terminal 2.

Vueling – low-cost flights from Barcelona. Terminal 2.

Wizz Air – low cost flights from Bari, London/Luton, Milan/Bergamo, Naples, Rome/Fiumicino, Venice/Treviso. Terminal 1 + Terminal 2.

Prague Flights

Take Your Own Snack Along for the Plane

The time of complimentary snacks on board some airplanes is definitely ending, especially on European flights. The three largest carriers at the Václav Havel Airport: CSA Czech Airlines, Travel Service and easyJet, which have a combined 40 percent of all passengers at the airport, are now only offering flights with paid food and drink. When you count the other carriers without free catering, it adds up to more than fifty percent of all the flights.

Nothing prevents people from taking their own food aboard. It is more difficult with drinks due to security checks. “Food in the solid state can, of course, be taken on board an aircraft. The restriction only applies to liquids and gels,” says the spokesperson of the airport.