This Route is Operated by:
Ryanair, Wizz Air, Abelag Aviation, Flybe
Search and compare
Browse a variety of travel options in one place with Omio
Support you can count on
Once you’ve booked your ticket, our customer service team is there to assist you
|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 8 minutes
|Flight Price:||$ 54|
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Prague|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Germanwings, Smartwings, Ryanair, wizz air uk, Sas Airways, easyJet|
With between 7 and 20 to choose from each day, it is easier than ever to find direct flights from London to Prague. There are more flights during the week than on the weekend and the average journey time is 2 hours. Both business and leisure travelers can also take advantage of indirect flights such as those offered by Eurowings. However, passengers should be aware that indirect flights take from 4 to 26 hours depending on the route and carrier.
Various operators including Czech Airlines and British Airways offer flights to Prague from London. Eurowings is popular with business travelers who want versatile routes. Other prominent carriers include Wizz, Ryanair and Flybe.
Most flights to Prague from major London airports take about two hours from take off to landing. However, airlines like Ryanair and Wizz regularly complete the trip in around one hour and 50 minutes. Eurowings flights via key cities like Cologne and Dusseldorf can take from 4 to 26 hours.
Travelers have access to hundreds of flights to Prague from London each week. On average, 15 direct flights depart at intervals of one to two hours throughout the day. The first flights leave around 7:00 a.m. and the last take off is at approximately 8:00 p.m. Eurowings provides between one and three flights per day.
Departure airport:Direct flights to Prague depart from major London airports such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, London City, Stansted and Southend on Sea while Eurowings flights take off from both Heathrow and London City. Each airport is easily reached by bus or train.
Arrival airport:All planes land at Prague's Vaclav Havel International Airport, which is 12 miles from the city center. The Airport Express bus service leaves from Terminal 1 for the main railway station every 15 to 30 minutes from 5:30 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Local buses such as the #119 and #100 connect the airport with various metro stations and taxis are also available.
Passengers taking BA or Iberia flights from London to Prague can reach Heathrow quickly from central London on the Heathrow express from Paddington, and easyJet passengers can take the Gatwick Express from Victoria Train Station. London Luton Airport can be accessed by direct trains from St Pancras to Luton Airport Parkway and then take a shuttle to the airport. All of London’s airports can be reached on dedicated buses from Victoria Coach Station.
Capital of the Czech Republic, Prague’s long and rich history is reflected in its ornate buildings, winding cobbled streets and the majestic Prague Castle looming over the Vltava River. Today’s Prague is a lovely and lively town with one of the world’s most exuberant beer drinking cultures. Visitors can find much to enjoy in the Old Town Square, home to the Old Town Hall Tower, the iconic Astronomical Clock, and the Prague Jewish Museum. Flights from London arrive at Václav Havel Airport Prague located 17 kilometers west of the city center. Passengers can get into the city via the Airport Express bus which runs every 30 minutes to the Main Train Station, the city’s transport hub. However, no night service is offered. Another option is to take buses operated by DPP (Prague Public Transit Company). Services to various city destinations depart every 10 minutes and there’s also a night bus (Number 510) with 30-minute departures.