ePassports EAC Conformity & Interoperability Tests
Prague, September 7th - 12th 2008


Prague International Ruzyne airport is located 18 kilometers from the city centre. It offers direct links with almost all major European cities and oversees flights as well. New airport of international standards caters to 12 million people every year. 51 passenger airlines offering direct connections to 105 cities all over the world and 7 cargo airlines now fly to Prague.

With its exceptional location in the centre of Europe, Prague Airport is also gaining in importance as a transfer hub. The Czech Republic’s accession to the EU in 2004 and to the Schengen area in 2007 have been major factors in the long-term growth. From the end of March 2008, boarding flights to Schengen countries take place without any customs and passport controls.

The transportation to the airport is provided by:

For the quickest transport to the city centre or the nearest metro station we recommend using routes 100 and 119.

100 - Terminal North 1 –  Terminal North 2 – ZLIČÍN (change to metro line B) – journey time 15 min

119 - Terminal North 1 –  Terminal North 2 - Divoká Šárka - DEJVICKÁ (change to metro line A) – journey time 20 min