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.visit airport website
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