New flights from/to Prague


New air routes between Prague and European cities

The Prague Vaclav Havel Airport regularly announces new flights on a flight plan. In 2017 there are several new routes/destinations added. Find the list below:

Prague ↔ Liverpool by Ryanair: 4 times a week, starts 26.3.2017
Prague ↔ Trapani by Ryanair: 2 times a week, starts 28.3.2017
Prague ↔ Verona by Czech Airlines: 4 times a week, starts 29.3.2017
Prague ↔ Almeria by SmartWings: 3 times a week, starts 6.4.2017
Prague ↔ Malmö by Czech Airlines: 4 times a week, starts 8.4.2017
other destinations that are planned to be added during 2017 are: Aarhus, Menorca, Tbilisi, Keflavik, Krakow. All schedules and new flights can be found at the Prague Airport website.

Prague ↔ Krakow

Getting from Prague to Krakow

Krakow city center

The flight between Prague and Krakow will have big impact on the ground transportation industry. So far the only reasonable way to get to Krakow from Prague was train or a private taxi. The new flight can be a game changer here as the travel time by car is over 5 hours and trains take almost 9 hours. I believe the flight from Prague to Krakow will take about 1 hour and 30 minutes, so does the flight from Prague to Budapest. Of course the plane is still incomparable with a sightseeing taxi. You simply can not see anything, nor can you stop on the way in Brno, Olomouc or Auschwitz, like we do with cars and minivans. Naturally if you count all time you spend going to the airport and from the airport, plus additional waiting for the flight, the air travel will still take a big portion of your day. Not to mention the flight delays…




Prague ↔ Liverpool

Prague is a very popular destination for stag and hen parties coming from Liverpool, thus we can expect new airport taxi bookings. Our cars and minivans are able to transport individual travelers, small parties up to 8 persons or even bigger groups of up to 19 passengers. Of course we are able to arrange airport transfers by coaches for up to 49 persons. Stag do’s in Prague are usually about drinking and partying, sometimes however people even come to have fun like going rafting, sky diving or e.g. shooting. There are many activities in Prague and near by. It is a shame that most “stag party” members come to Prague drunk and go back even more drunk…

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