Fly to Prague from Dubai in under seven hours with flydubai. We’ve made travelling to one of Europe’s most popular destinations as convenient as possible, with a range of flights and fares to choose from.
Our aircraft depart from Dubai International Airport (DXB) to Václav Havel Airport (PRG) up to four times a week. Onboard, your seat in the sky comes with a personal touchscreen, packed with entertainment. Get lost in a movie, catch up on your favourite TV show or enjoy the selection of games and music on offer. You can also make use of flydubai’s award-winning Wi-Fi, browsing the web or catching up on emails as you fly.
We’ll make sure you stay refreshed on your journey to the Czech Republic. Those wanting a hearty meal can pre-order one of our delicious hot dishes, inspired by food from all over the world.
Your journey to Prague begins at Dubai International Airport (DXB). To get there you could drive, order a taxi, hop on a bus or take the metro. It’s located east of the city centre, just a 15 minute journey away. Plenty of long-term and short-term parking is available at the airport.
Enjoy a simple check-in once you arrive at DXB - simply head to a self-service kiosk or one of our airport counters. If you want to save time, take advantage of our speedy online check-in between 24 hours and 90 minutes prior to take-off. You even have the option to download a mobile boarding pass - simply flash it as a replacement for your paper boarding pass. If you have baggage, head to the drop-off point, then through security. Once you reach the departure lounge in Terminal 2, relax with a coffee or grab a bite to eat.
Getting to heart of Prague is easy once your flight lands. The city centre is 20km northwest of Václav Havel Airport (PRG) - just a half hour drive. If you’re taking a taxi, head to the stand outside the terminal. Public buses and shuttle buses are also available from the airport. Need a car? Take your pick from a range of rental companies at the airport - including flydubai car hire.
Get lost in centuries of spires when you explore Prague. Among cobbled lanes, idyllic houses and ancient cafes is a quirky world of hip bars, eclectic night markets and arty hangouts. Rise at dawn to experience the Charles Bridge in its more serene moments, live the Czech dream in the walls of Prague Castle and tick the 600-year-old St Vitus Cathedral off your bucket list.