Overview of airports in Czech Republic suitable and safe for private and group flight operation.
Brno Turany Airport
Brno-Turany International Airport is a public international airport located near Brno. At the airport is built one terminal and has two runways.
Ceske Budejovice Airport
Ceske Budejovice Airport is a public domestic and non-public international airport located near Ceske Budejovice. The airport has one terminal and one runway. In the future, public international air traffic is planned.
Hradec Kralove Airport
Hradec Kralove Airport is a public domestic and non-public international airport, which has two runways. The aim of the airport is to become a regional airport for international air transport.
Pardubice - Jan Kaspar Airport
Pardubice Airport is a military airport with the status of a public international airport. The terminal built between 2016 and 2017 is named after the Czech aviation pioneer Jan Kaspar. Pardubice Airport is also serves as a backup military airport.
Karlovy Vary Airport
Airport Karlovy Vary is an international public civil airport, which is the fifth largest in the Czech Republic. The plan is to develop the airport that can accept large transport aircraft such as Airbus A310, Airbus A330, Boeing 767-300 or Boeing 747.
Kunovice Airport is a non-public international airport with no scheduled flights. It is the home airport of the aerospace manufacturers Czech Sport Aircraft, Evektor-Aerotechnik and Let Kunovice.
Ostrava - Leos Janacek Airport
Leos Janacek International Airport Ostrava is the third largest airport in the Czech Republic with regular international operations. For example, the airport focuses on the development of cargo transportation, charter flights and flights to exotic destinations.
Mnichovo Hradiste Airport
Airport Mnichovo Hradiste is an international civil airport near Mnichovo Hradiste in the Central region. It is eligible for aircraft up to 25 tonnes. The airport facilities allow passengers to check in and provide fuel. In addition to flying, the airport is also used for car racing, parachute jumps and test drives.
Prague - Kbely Airport
Airport Prague - Kbely is a military airport located in the northeastern part of Prague. At present, it is located on the 24th Air Force Base, which also included a squadron of the Ministry of Defense, which ensures the transport of constitutional officials. The airport also houses an aviation museum, which has a rich collection of globally recognized exhibits, especially military aircraft.
Prague - Vodochody Airport
Airport Vodochody is an international non-public civil airport located at the borders of the districts of Mělník and Praha-east. It is also part of the Aero Vodochody company ground. It has one runway. The future objective is to build a modern international airport that will contribute to promoting tourism, business and economic growth. The airport should primarily serve low-cost and charter carriers.
Prague - Vaclav Havel Airport
Vaclav Havel International Airport Prague or Prague / Ruzyne is a public international airport located on the northwest edge of Prague. The airport is intended for international and domestic, regular and non-scheduled flights. The runway system consists of three runways, one of which is permanently closed for take-off and landing. At the airport there are three terminals divided by type of transport.