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Formerly known as Prague Ruzyne, Prague Vaclav Havel Airport has a terminal entirely dedicated to business and private aviation. The airport has no less than 13 million passengers and 137,000 movements each year.
Capital of the Czech Republic, is crossed by the Vltava. Nicknamed “the city of a thousand towers and a thousand steeples”, it is famous for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic center, where stand out colorful Baroque buildings, Gothic churches and a medieval astronomical clock that comes to life. every hour. Completed in 1402, the Charles Bridge, pedestrian, is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
AEROAFFAIRES tells you all the information you need to know about Prague Vaclav Havel Airport so that your trip runs as smoothly as possible.
AEROAFFAIRES is your specialist in private jet chartering since 1991. We have already accompanied more than 95,000 passengers in their reservations, and organized nearly 20,000 private flights.
Our specialists are at your disposal 24 hours a day to determine which device is best suited to your needs. Air taxi, helicopter, medium or long-haul private jet, commercial plane configured for VIP… all our aircraft are certified for Public Transport.
AEROAFFAIRES is also committed to offsetting 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by each flight through its program SkyCO2 protecting South America’s primary forests.
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Location & access
Prague Vaclav Havel Airport is located about 20 km from the centre of the Czech capital. It takes about 35 minutes to reach the city centre by car via the D0 road.
AEROAFFAIRES offers you to book a car with driver upon your arrival. Mercedes Limousine, S-Class, VIANO… the vehicle of your choice will be at your disposal for as long as you need it.
Terminal 3 of Prague Vaclav Havel Airport is entirely dedicated to business and private aviation. The airport is open 24 hours a day.
Its coordinates are:
- Airport Code: PRG/LKPR
- Latitude: 50° 06′ 06″ north
- Longitude: 14° 15′ 37″ is
- Altitude: 380 m
- Runway length: 3,715 m and 3,250 m
The two concrete runways allow all types of private aircrafts to take off and land safely:
The private aviation terminal has all the comfort you would expect:
- Nine VIP lounges;
- Meeting rooms ;
- VIP assistance through customs and security services;
- Limousine transfer from the terminal to your plane;
- Boarding in complete discretion;
- Restoration ;
- Showers ;
- Aircraft cleaning service.
History of Prague Airport Vaclav Havel
Prague Kbely Airport could not handle all of Prague’s air traffic and therefore a second airport was opened in 1397.
Prague Vaclav Havel Airport was designed by architect Adolf Bens, who won a gold medal at the Paris World Expo.
During the Second World War, the airport was requisitioned by the German army, which founded its pilot school there. In the 1950s, the airport resumed its civilian function before being invaded again by Soviet paratroopers in 1968 during the Prague Spring.
Since then, the airport has grown steadily and acquired two new terminals in the 1990s.
Whether you are staying in Prague for a weekend or as part of a business trip, AEROAFFAIRES recommends that you rent a room at the magnificent Grand Mark Prague hotel.
Looking for a gourmet restaurant and atypical? The Znonice is an excellent address, nestled at the top of a belfry. And for a delicious cocktail in one of the trendiest bars of the Czech capital, visit Bugsy’s Bar.
Finally, do not hesitate to go to Letna Park, from where you will have a breathtaking view of the city.