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Flight time and time difference
- On average the flight time between Prague and Copenhagen is about 1 hr 15 min.
- There is no time difference between these cities. The timezone for both cities is: UTC +02:00. The local time now: 08:41:49.
- There are 2 airlines flying from Prague to Copenhagen.
- Weekly there are 6 flights between Prague to Copenhagen.
- The earliest flight from Prague to Copenhagen is at 07:10.
- The latest flight is at 19:05.
About Václav Havel Airport Prague
The Václav Havel Airport Prague, previously Prague Ruzyne Airport, is the international airport of Prague, located about 20 km northwest of the city. It is the busiest of the former East-European communist countries. The Prague Airport is the main base for Czech Airlines and a hub for low cost carriers Wizz Air and Ryanair. The airport was a major scene in the 1968 Soviet led occupation of Czechoslovakia to end the Prague Spring. The airport was captured in the early hours of the invasion. A special flight from Moscow carried more than 100 agents who quickly secured the airport and prepared the way for the airlift which carried Soviet troops and tanks to Prague Airport.
About Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup or sometimes called Copenhangen Kastrup Airport as well, is the main international airport of Denmark, serving the capital Copenhagen, the Zealand island and, since the opening of the Oresond Bridge in 2001, a large part of Sweden as well.
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is one of the oldest civil airports in the world and is with well over 20 million passengers a year by far the most busiest airport in Scandinavia. Copenhagen Airport is one of the main hubs for SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) and the main base for Norwegian Air Shuttle.