Jaroslav Filip, Aviation Business Director at Prague Airport outlines how, despite the challenges faced within aviation over the past couple of years, passengers continue to travel to one of the world’s top 10 travel destinations; the captivating country that is the Czech Republic and its capital city, Prague.
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Prague Václav Havel Airport (PRG)
Prague Airport has been re-awarded the ACI Airport Health Accreditation, for its continuous efforts to provide a safe experience for all passengers.
Marseille Provence Airport is set to launch a new self-connect service for passengers travelling through the airport, to ensure a smooth transfer experience during their layover.
As air traffic continued the long-road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, Prague Václav Havel Airport handled nearly 20 per cent more passengers compared to 2020 figures.
The ACI Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) Certificate has been re-assigned to Prague Airport for its high level of protective measures implemented for the safety of customer’s flying through Prague.
Prague Airport experienced a year-on-year passenger traffic increase of 213 per cent, with over three million passengers handled during the summer 2021 operational season.
ACI World and all five of its regions have created a long-term carbon goal for their member airports and have committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
At Prague Airport, blankets of snow often cover the runway and could pose challenges to plane movements. International Airport Review spoke with Pavel Rejlek, Manager of Airfield Maintenance and Operation at Prague Airport, to see how the airport deals with such an unpredictable challenge.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Vaclav Rehor discusses how aviation must cooperate effectively to ensure a safe future for the industry.
In a bid to make wayfinding at the airport easier, Prague Airport has worked with Apple Maps to provide a digital map of the terminals' interior.
The investment will be utilised across Prague Airport, funding essential long-term developments including the extension of Terminal 2.
Vaclav Rehor, CEO of Prague Airport, details how although the airport’s increased number of passengers is of course a positive development, it does have its drawbacks – a double-edged sword that is affecting airports across the world.
New passenger information screens at Prague Airport give information in six languages, ensuring more people can easily navigate the airport.