Flights from Manchester to Prague

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Manchester to Prague

  • There are 10 flights a week from Manchester to Prague
  • £96 was the cheapest return price from Manchester to Prague last month
  • The average flight time from Manchester to Prague is 1h 55min
  • 2 airlines fly direct from Manchester to Prague
  • Manchester to Prague is 741 miles
  • The most popular airline flying from Manchester to Prague last month was easyJet

Flights from Manchester to Prague

This information is correct as of September 2015

Airlines that fly from Manchester to Prague

Jet2 and Ryanair both provide direct flights from Manchester to Prague.

Terminal Information

Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport has three terminals, Jet2 flights depart from Terminal 1 while Ryanair flights depart from Terminal 3. Passengers on flights to Prague are advised to arrive at the airport two hours before their scheduled flight departure time. Both Jet2 and Ryanair offer online check in in advance for those who would prefer to avoid the queues at the airport.

If you’re keen to avoid the queues at security, you can purchase a Fast Track pass from self-service kiosks located just outside the security area. A pass costs £3.50 per person and allows you to move through to the departures lounge more quickly.

Terminal 1 is the biggest of Manchester Airport’s terminals. It has a range of shops and food outlets. High street favourites like Boots and WHSmith are joined by more exclusive brands like Pandora and Kurt Geiger. Food options include Burger King, Giraffe, Starbucks and more substantial fare at The Grain Loft. Terminal 3 is smaller but still has lots of facilities for passengers. There’s a good selection of shops for holiday essentials and a range of food and drink options too. Both terminals also have a premium lounge, which can be accessed for a fee.

Prague Airport

Prague Airport is also known as Václav Havel Airport Prague. It’s located 10 kilometres west of Prague city centre. The airport has two terminals. Both Jet2 and Ryanair flights arrive to Terminal 1.

In the arrivals hall, passengers will find an ATM, a currency exchange, an information centre and a number of shops and cafés. There are also desks where you can book a taxi or buy tickets for public transport.

If you’re planning to hire a car from Prague Airport, you’ll find car hire companies located on the ground floor of Car Park C. There are updates on the airport website with up-to-date information on the traffic situation around the airport and the city.

There are a number of public transport options for getting into Prague city centre too. A Cedaz shuttle bus departs for the city centre every 30 minutes between 7am and 7pm. It costs 150 CZK per person and leaves from outside the terminal building. Local buses also stop outside the terminal building and offer a variety of routes in and around the centre.

What to Expect in Prague

Prague experiences four distinct seasons throughout the year. Winters are colder than they are in Manchester whilst in the summer, temperatures can reach the mid-twenties. Rainfall is, unfortunately, common throughout the year so be sure to pack an umbrella.

Whilst the Czech Republic is part of the EU, it is not part of the common currency so you’ll be using the Czech Crown rather than Euros. Some restaurants and shops accept Euros but the majority prefer to use the Crown.

On average, prices in Manchester are twice as expensive as they are in Prague. A mid-range three course meal for two in Prague is likely to cost just 600.00 CZK (£16.00), a half-litre of domestic beer just 33.00CZK (£0.88) and a one way ticket on public transport just 24.00 CZK (£0.64).

Prague is one hour ahead of the UK.


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