Prague Airport

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Prague Airport is the operator of the most important international airport in the Czech Republic, with the status of one of Europe’s fastest growing airports in the 10-25 million passengers category. Every year, this international airport looks after more than 15 million passengers who can enjoy the offer of almost 70 airlines connecting Prague directly with more than 160 destinations all over the world during the year. Furthermore, eight regular cargo carriers and dozens of companies providing charter flights operate from here. Prague Airport employs almost 2,800 people and an estimated additional more than 14,000 people are employed by companies operating at the airport or linked to its operations.

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