Prague Airport Airport is asking passengers to arrive early to the airport as on average: one in six passengers does not arrive with the necessary documentation to travel.
The recommendation has been put in place to provide a time reserve for passengers during which they can prepare all that is necessary to be allowed to fly to their destination.
At check-in, passengers need to present:
- A completed Country Entry Form, if required by their final destination
- A printed Covid-19 negative test result, vaccination certificate, or doctor’s note confirming they have had Covid-19 (subject to specific respective country requirements)
- A valid travel document
Prague Airport has prepared a special www.zazitkyuzcekaji.cz website for Czech passengers with a current overview of available connections from Prague, including important travel information and additional interesting facts.
They can also use a ready-made traveller’s checklist summarising things to be done before a trip step by step.
Currently, Czech and foreign tourists can choose from more than 100 destinations, including charter flights, operated by over 35 airlines.
During July 2021, direct flights will also be launched by carriers on new routes to a number of places across Europe.
Ryanair is to fly to Modlin Airport in Warsaw, easyJet to launch a new connection to Barcelona, while Wizz Air is to offer flights to Rome and Catania. Smartwings has been flying to Nice on the Côte d’Azur since Thursday.
More than 132 thousand passengers passed through the gates of Václav Havel Airport Prague this May, representing a significant increase of over 1,500 percent compared to May 2020, when the operation of the airport was unprecedented due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the related restrictions on travel.