The Prague Ruznye International Airport is to the northwest of Prague. It is approximately 11 miles from the city centre.
To reach the city centre from the airport takes about 30 minutes by car or bus and any other public transport takes 45 minutes. A train station is also located at the airport which connects it to the city centre.
The airport has three terminals i.e. the North, South and South2. The North terminal serves international as well as domestic arrivals and departures.
Minibuses and taxis connect the North and South2 terminals.
This airport handles up to 100,000 passengers for domestic, European and international locations per week. It offers basic modern facilities.
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