Currently, Václav Havel Airport Prague has confirmed resumed operations from 17 airlines. The airport is in negotiations with other airlines on an ongoing basis. As a result, the list of available destinations could be further expanded in the coming weeks. There are also three completely new routes among the already resumed ones, namely to Varna and Tirana operated by Wizz Air and the route to London Heathrow operated by Czech Airlines.
At the end of this week, Václav Havel Airport Prague will be connected by direct flights with a total of 17 destinations operated by 12 airlines. However, passengers must continue to pay close attention to the conditions for travel set by national governments, not only on the part of their home country but also on the part of the countries to which they travel.
A number of protective measures have been in place at Václav Havel Airport Prague set up to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease and protect the health and safety of passengers. For several months, Prague Airport has been in close co-operation with public health protection authorities, such as the City Health Station of Prague, consulting the current situation and all applied measures on an ongoing basis. These include, for example, the maintenance of a safe distance between people in all areas around the airport, thorough disinfection of all frequented areas, installation of protective plexiglass, or see-through foil at check-in and information counters and the prevention of excessive accumulation of passengers. All passengers can use over 250 disinfection dispensers placed across the airport. Passengers can also use online applications to check-in for their flight alongside self-check-in kiosks at the airport to avoid contact with airport employees. The airport is also very active in the area of education for all its employees.