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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 24 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Prague|
|Flights arrive in:||Budapest|
|Airlines:||csa, Ryanair, Lot Polish Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Aegean Airlines|
Offering a faster alternative to the train journey, direct flights from Prague to Budapest provide quick daily connections between the Central European capitals. Flights are operated by two airlines, including a budget carrier. Schedules offer between one and four daily direct flights to the Hungarian capital from the Czech Republic all year round. Travelers can choose from morning, afternoon and late evening take off times from Prague, with a flight duration averaging around one hour and 20 minutes.
CSA Czech Airlines, the Czech Republic's national carrier, has direct Prague to Budapest flights daily, while budget airline Ryanair offers a daily direct evening flight to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport six days a week.
The fastest Prague to Budapest flights are some Ryanair departures taking one hour and ten minutes to cover the 530 km route south-east from the Czech capital to Hungary. Most flights on this route take around 15 minutes longer to reach Budapest.
CSA Czech Airlines has three daily direct Prague to Budapest flights on weekdays and two at weekends. The budget airline Ryanair has a daily direct flight six days a week, from Saturday to Thursday. Departure times have slight variations from day to day but usually include morning, afternoon and evening take-off options.
Departure airport: Vaclav Havel Airport is located about 12 km west of central Prague, with regular public transport links provided by Airport Express buses, taking 25 minutes to reach the departures terminal. In addition to long and short stay parking lots, facilities at the airport include Bohemian crystal stores, bars and international restaurants, and free Wifi for travelers.
Arrival airport: Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport is 16 km south-east of central Budapest, with transport options including local bus routes or shuttle services to the nearby Ferihegy station, where transfers to the center take around 30 minutes. Passenger facilities at the terminal include duty-free stores, bars, restaurants and car rental desks to help organize the onward journey.