The Vaclav Havel Airport is situated west of the city centre of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. Named after the country’s first post-Velvet Revolution president, it is one of the busiest airports in the European Union. The airport consists of two terminals serving both domestic and international flights. Passengers may move between terminals via bus, minibus or taxi.
Business travellers may make use of several different lounges, provided they have the relevant access. Lounge facilities include comfortable air-conditioned, private rest and working areas, complimentary all-day refreshments, Wi-Fi access, updated newspapers and magazines as well as televisions with entertainment and news channels. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout Vaclav Havel Airport, and travellers may connect to the Wi-Fi via their mobile phones, laptops or other electronic devices.
Travellers in transit should visit the Rest and Fun Centre. Those who do not possess their own electronic devices may use one of the computers there, which comes with printing services. There are refreshments provided throughout the day, as well as games and other entertainment such as televisions and reading materials if travellers wish to kill some time. Travellers may also take a rest or nap, and there are shower facilities for those keen to freshen up. Alternatively, passengers who wish to spend time meditating may visit the prayer room located at Terminal 1. All travellers are welcome to use the prayer room regardless of their religion or faith.
Parents travelling with children may bring their little ones to the public areas in Terminal 1 and 2, where mechanical toys have been set up. There are also play areas equipped with lots of games and toys, books and swings for their amusement. Playtime should be supervised by a parent or accompanying adult to minimize the risk of accidents or injuries. Additionally, there are parent rooms with amenities such as baby changing tables.
There are viewing decks that provide a good view of the airport, runways, and the surrounding area. These viewing terraces make good photography spots for those who wish to keep a memento of their time spent at the airport. Visitors can also watch planes depart and land. Passengers may treat themselves to a haircut, manicure and pedicure, or massages at Sky Relax.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 8 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Vaclav Havel Airport website for the latest update of the following information.