There are several international airports in the Czech Republic where you can touch down. It is most likely that your destination will be the capital city of Prague as you can get to the Czech Republic’s capital city with several dozen airlines from all corners of the world. However, there are other international airports that can welcome you in Brno, Ostrava, Karlovy Vary, and Pardubice.
New money-saving optionsPrague is a popular destination for mainstream airlines, although with the tourism boom of recent years it has become a destination for budget airlines as well. The highly popular Irish airline, Ryanair, currently flies to Prague from several European metropolises. Additionally, this spring, it is also adding Prague – Liverpool and Prague – Trapiani connections, though their flight timetable's largest expansion will not be available until this winter. In addition to its existing flights, they will be adding eight new flight connections. These will connect Prague with Barcelona, Budapest, Bologna, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Krakow, Madrid, and Malaga.
Hungarian budget airline, Wizz Air, is also adding new destinations that it will connect with Prague. As early as the end of May, it will begin offering direct flights from Prague to Keflavik in Iceland. This connection will not fly every day, but flights are planned twice a week.
Due to popular demand, EasyJet is increasing the frequency of its Prague – Edinburgh connection to six times a week. Vueling, on the other hand, is bolstering its Prague – Athens connection, and Air Baltic its Prague – Riga connection.