Flights to Prague
Flights to Prague from the UK
Which Prague airport do flights land in?
International flights most commonly land at Prague-Ruzyne International Airport in Prague.
Are there direct flights between London and Prague?
There are direct cheap flights to Prague from all over the UK, and frequent direct cheap flights from London on several airlines.
How long is the flight from London to Prague?
The flight from London to Prague generally takes just over 2 hours.
What is the time difference between London and Prague?
Prague is an hour ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Prague from London?
There are direct flights from London to Prague on Wizz Air, British Airways, Ryanair, germanwings, Alitalia, Air France, Czech Airlines and EasyJet. There are also frequent direct flights to Prague from other UK airports.
Flights to Prague from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Prague?
There are direct cheap flights to Prague from US cities including New York, Chicago, Baltimore and Dallas.
How long is the flight from the US to Prague?
The flight from New York to Prague generally takes about eight hours; the flight from Los Angeles to Prague is about 12 and a half hours.
What is the time difference between the US and Prague?
Prague is six hours ahead of New York time; and nine hours ahead of Los Angeles time.
Which airlines fly to Prague from the US?
There are cheap direct flights from New York to Prague on KLM and Turkish Airlines. British Airways flies from Baltimore, Dallas, Houston, Denver and San Diego. Other airlines, including Alaska Airlines, Lufthansa, Czech Airlines, Air France, Swiss, Aeroflot, Condor and Norwegian, also offer direct flights from various US cities. There are also numerous indirect flights from all over the US to Prague; indirect flights are almost always cheaper.
Airports in Prague
The airport is situated 10 miles (16km) northwest of Prague.