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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 31 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Budapest|
|Flights arrive in:||Prague|
|Airlines:||csa, Eurowings, Ryanair, Lot Polish Airlines, Air France|
Travelers planning a business or vacation trip between these Central European capitals can take daily direct Budapest to Prague flights as a fast alternative to an international train journey. Two airlines, including a budget carrier, provide between one and four daily direct flights to the Czech Republic from the Hungarian capital all year round. Departures include morning, afternoon and evening options, with flight times averaging around an hour and 15 minutes.
The Czech national carrier CSA Czech Airlines offers direct Budapest to Prague flights five days a week. In addition, the budget airline Ryanair has direct connections on this route to Prague Vaclav Havel Airport six days a week.
The quickest Budapest to Prague flights are the Ryanair budget services which take one hour and ten minutes to cover the 530 km route north-west from Hungary to the Czech capital. CSA Czech Airlines departures take about 15 minutes longer to reach Prague.
The CSA Czech Airlines schedule offers three direct flights from Budapest to Prague on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and two departures on Saturdays. Budget operator Ryanair has one daily flight six days a week from Friday to Wednesday. Departure times vary slightly from day to day but usually include morning, afternoon and evening take off options.
Departure airport: Ferenc Liszt Airport is located 16 km south-east of the Budapest city center, connected by local bus routes or trains to nearby Ferihegy station with bus links to the terminal; the journey takes around 30 minutes. The terminal has long and short stay parking lots, duty-free shopping, international restaurants and cafes, and free Wifi.
Arrival airport: The Prague Vaclav Havel Airport is 12 km west of central Prague, with regular public transport connections on Airport Express services, taking about 25 minutes to reach downtown and the central rail station. Facilities at the terminal include specialist souvenir stores, a wide range of bars and restaurants, car rental desks, and business lounges.