A new video called Prague Airport – Future Vision shows what the largest Czech international airport could look like in another two decades. It is based on extensive development plans, which include a number of technological and structural changes.
The first phase of the development plan by Prague Airport (Letiště Praha), the operator of Václav Havel Airport Prague, is already in place. Due to the ever-growing number of checked-in passengers, the operator is continuously making modifications to increase airport capacity in its current form.
“This year, we expect to handle over 17 million passengers. The airport must react to this by expanding its capacities. We have opened a new security control station at Terminal 2, where flights to the Schengen Zone are handled. It is equipped with eight modern automatic tracks and six manual tracks,” Václav Řehoř, chairman of the board of directors of the Prague Airport, said in a press release.
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