Cheap Flights from Glasgow to Prague (GLA - PRG)
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- Wed 12 FebGLAPRGSun 16 FebPRGGLARyanairIndirectfrom £95
- Mon 10 FebGLAPRGThu 13 FebPRGGLAJet2 + RyanairIndirectfrom £118
- Sun 23 FebGLAPRGWed 26 FebPRGGLARyanair + Czech AirlinesIndirectfrom £119
Direct flights to Prague
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- AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME2h 30min
- CHEAPEST DIRECT RETURN£92
- AVERAGE FLIGHTS PER WEEK2
Flight information Glasgow to Prague
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 869 miles
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Prague
Jet2 offer direct flights from Glasgow-International to Prague. There are currently no flights to Prague from Glasgow-Prestwick.
Terminal Information – Departing
Glasgow-International Airport only has one terminal. The departure lounge is well-equipped and has everything you might need before you fly. Little-ones can enjoy the soft-play area, while teenagers and social media addicts can make the most of 30 minutes free Wi-Fi. If you want to kick off your trip in style you can check into the UpperDeck executive lounge. The lounge has comfortable seating, unlimited internet access and a range of complimentary refreshments.
All of the usual airport shops have a base at Glasgow Airport. Browse luxury goods in World Duty Free, check out the latest tech in Maplin, or pick up some new togs for your holiday in The Fashion Place. WHSmith is essential for in-flight snacks, and there's a Boots just in case you've forgotten to pack any essential toiletries. Hungry travellers can fill their tummies at Upper Crust, Starbucks, The Sandpiper and Frankie & Benny's.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Flights from Glasgow land in Terminal 1, the non-Schengen terminal of Prague Airport. The airport is well served by buses and is only 12 miles from the city centre. Although the airport doesn't have its own metro station you can take a bus to one. You can buy bus tickets from the public transport kiosks in the terminal, the DPP kiosk in the arrivals hall, or from the vending machines by the bus stops. You can use the same ticket on all public transport during its validity period: choose from 30 minutes, 90 minutes or three days. You will need to stamp your ticket before boarding the bus, as this kicks off the countdown of your validity period. These tickets can't be used on the Airport Express Bus: tickets for this cost CZK 60* (about £1.55) if you buy them on the day but are cheaper if you buy them in advance. This bus stops at Hlavní Nádraží, Masarykovo Nádraží, and Náměstí Republiky. If you would prefer to get a taxi you can hail one from the rank outside the terminal. Expect to pay around CZK 400-800* (£10-21) for the taxi. Another option is to rent a car: click here to compare car hire at Prague Airport.
A valid passport is required to fly from Glasgow to Prague. We recommend arriving at the airport two hours before your flight is scheduled to depart.
What to expect in Prague
Prague is one hour ahead of Glasgow and the currency is the Czech Koruna (CZK). Prague is extremely budget friendly. In some city centre bars, beer is cheaper than water: making the city a popular destination with stag and hen do's. As well as wallet-friendly food and drink, Prague has lots of interesting culture and history to discover. The best time to visit is during summer, when temperatures are warm and mild. During the winter it can drop below -1°C.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.