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Prague Ruzyne Airport was named the best airport in Central and Eastern Europe by Skytrax in 2005 and 2007 and safely sends off 250 flights a day from over 40 popular airlines such as BA and EasyJet. Czech Airlines offers the most destinations, from Tel Aviv to Tashkent, and Dublin to Manchester. Directline-flights can keep you up to date with the cheapest flights from the best airlines, wherever you need to go. Use the quick search facility to find Prague Ruzyne Airport airlines and cheap Prague Ruzyne Airport flights. There is often snow in Prague in the winter, and for 4-5 days during winter there is a risk of snow affecting airlines, often causing the first flights of the day to be delayed or cancelled as the airport recovers from overnight snowfall.
Ryanair, Easyjet and BA
Terminal 1 is the main Terminal used for UK flights, and hosts many familiar UK airlines. Cheap airline Ryanair flies to Prague Ruzyne from Dublin and Birmingham, check the directline-flights search facility for the cheapest flights. Quality airline British Airways flies regularly from Heathrow, and family favourite Easyjet flies from Bristol, Stansted, Gatwick, Nottingham, Doncaster and the East Midlands. The popular airline Bmi Baby flies from Bristol, Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester. Manchester Airport is also served by Czech Airlines. The budget airline Jet2 flies from Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester. Aer Lingus flies to Prague from Dublin; you can also catch a Czech Airlines flight from Dublin.
Plenty of international flights
Pague Ruzyne hosts a huge range of international airlines which fly all over the globe, There are excellent connections to Western and Central Europe, for example such airlines as Air Moldova, AirFrance and Air Malta, and long haul flights further afield, for example Delta Airline to New York and Atlanta.