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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 51 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Prague|
|Flights arrive in:||Budapest|
|Airlines:||csa, Ryanair, Lot Polish Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Aegean Airlines, Air France|
Flying from Prague to Budapest makes perfect sense for travellers who are in a hurry. On weekdays, CSA and Ryanair offer four direct flights between the two capitals, as well as three connections on Saturdays and Sundays. Flights leave in the morning and evening and the journey time is between one hour 10 minutes and one hour 25 minutes.
Direct flights between Prague and Budapest are operated by CSA and Ryanair, both of which fly with no stops required from Vaclav Havel Airport to Ferenc Liszt Airport.
Travellers can expect the flight from Prague to Budapest to take between one hour 10 minutes and one hour 25 minutes, making it a relatively short journey and slightly faster than rail connections.
The Prague to Budapest route is served every day by both CSA and Ryanair. Passengers can choose from four weekday flights and three departures at the weekend. There should be a breakfast-time departure every day, as well as evening flights on weekdays.
Departure airport: Flights to Budapest from Prague will always take off from the city's Vaclav Havel Airport. Those coming from the centre of Prague can take the Airport Express shuttle bus, which leaves from Prague's central train station and takes 25 minutes to reach the departure terminal (traffic permitting). Upon arrival, passengers can expect a good spread of dining options and shops, along with free WiFi, money exchange facilities and amenities for families.
Arrival airport: All flights from Prague will touch down at Budapest's Ferenc Liszt Airport. From there, reaching the heart of Budapest should be relatively simple. The easiest and cheapest option is to catch the 100E airport bus, which leaves every 30 minutes and should reach the city centre in 35 minutes. Alternatively, arrivals can take the 200E bus to the Nagyvárad tér Metro station and transfer to the Metro there. That could be a faster route to many suburban destinations. WiFi is available on-site at the airport so those who need to arrange accommodation or car hire can log on to make arrangements.