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Getting to Prague by Air

Praha Ruzyne International Airport (PRG)
Tel: (02) 2011 3314 (arrivals and departures in English); (02) 2011 3321 (other information).

Ruzyne Airport is orchestrated around 20km (12.5 miles) northwest of Prague. There is only a solitary terminal. Modernisation and improvement of the present workplaces was done in 1997 yet work continues on redesiging the point of confinement. The plane terminal outfits sensibly incredible associations with Western and Eastern Europe.


Major airlines: The Czech Republic's national transporter, CSA (tel: (02) 2480 6111; site: www.csa.cz), works worldwide and private flights from Ruzyne air terminal. CSA flies to noteworthy urban zones in Europe, Middle East and to New York, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, Bangkok and Singapore. Private flights are to Ostrava. Overall flying machines serving Prague consolidate Air Canada, Alitalia, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, British Midland Airways, Delta, KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines, Go, Lufthansa, Sabena, SAS and Swissair.

Approximate flight times to Prague: From London is 1 hour 50 minutes; from New York is 11 hours; from Los Angeles shifts from 17 hours 30 minutes to 19 hours; from Toronto is ten hours 20 minutes and from Sydney is (notwithstanding stopover and trade) is between 21 hours 15 minutes and 28 hours.

Airport facilities: Workplaces consolidate a mail station, banks, bureaux de change, a settlement association, a restaurant and shops. Auto enroll is open from Alamo (tel: (02) 2010 43534), Avis (tel: (02) 2010 44370), Budget (tel: (02) 2010 43253), Europcar (tel: (02) 2010 43207), Hertz (tel: (02) 2010 44340) and Rent-A-Car (tel: (02) 2010 44370).

Business facilities: Diners Club operates a business lounge with phone, fax and internet access, for members and guests only.

Departure tax: CZK 4500.

Transport to the city: Shuttle minibus services to the city centre are provided every half-hour by Cedaz (tel: (02) 2011 4296; fax: (02) 2011 4286; website: www.imc.cas.cz/sympo/ginfo/cedaz.htm), at a cost of CZK 90.The outing takes around 30 minutes. Transport 119 goes to the Dejvick´┐Ż metro station (Line An) and runs predictably 0430-2330; tickets cost CZK 2 and can be purchased from the day by day paper stand or the machine before the terminal. Taxis should be kept up a vital separation from as swindling is ordinary and drivers may twist up obviously harsh if the charge is tended to.





 
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