How Does Passenger Check-in Progress?

It is recommended to be at the airport two hours before departure or three hours in advance if you are travelling with oversized luggage. Once you arrive at the departure hall, you will find the counter numbers on the information board, where workers will check you in and issue a boarding pass based on a travel document. At the same time, they will check your luggage with respect to your ticket price – that is, if you have the right weight, dimensions, and baggage. You then go to a security check. If you fly to countries outside the Schengen area, then from Terminal 1 at Vaclav Havel Prague Airport, you will need to pass passport control. The boarding pass and travel documents will then be checked before boarding the aircraft in the departure waiting room.

Security Fasttrack: Priority Passage Through Security Control

A special Security FastTrack service is now available for all passengers leaving Terminal 2 of Ruzyne Airport to Schengen countries. With this service, you can easily book the exact time you want to go through the security check. You can order Security FastTrack on the Prague Airport website, and there will be four Smart kiosks available for ordering directly at Terminal 2 Departure Hall.

A Bit of Luxury With Private Check-in Service

Private Check-In Service can be ordered by anyone travelling from Terminal 2 at Vaclav Havel Prague Airport 24 hours before departure. The service offers private check-in and access to the exclusive Raiffeisenbank Lounge. You can book the service at the Prague Airport website