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.
Distance from city centre
Weather in destination
Terminal building is not open to public, and is activated and open only for the planned flight.
Put into GPS navigation: "Mladoboleslavska 902/5, Kbely, Praha"
Arriving from city centre - follow the Mladoboleslavska street, you will see all the airport buildings on your right hand (museum and big gate for military entries on your right side - do not enter any of the mentionedand drive all the way till the last building of the airport area up to the bigger junction with traffic lights). The GPS should anyway guide you all the way up to this point.
The correct entry gate is just few metres before the above mentioned traffic lights on your right hand (you will see there banner with inscription "AEROTAXI General Aviation”).
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