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Beautiful buildings and refreshing beer are just two of Prague’s main allures. The enchanting city has been the capital of the Czech Republic since 1993 yet its history stretches back far further. Want to uncover its picture-perfect Old Town? Or maybe you’re planning a trip for work? Arrive feeling effortlessly relaxed when you snap up our discounted Business Class tickets to Prague.
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Spotlight on Prague Airports
Prague provides direct links to over 120 destinations worldwide. Hop between major European capitals or journey a little further afield to cities in Asia, South America and the USA. Depending on the time of year, you’ll be able to catch a non-stop flight between New York and Prague with Delta.
History is everywhere you look in Prague. The photogenic city comes complete with Gothic cathedrals, medieval bridges and a castle that wouldn’t look out of place in a fairy tale. Whether you’re heading there for business or pleasure, you’re sure to find plenty to appeal.
Prague may have only been a capital city for less than 30 years but it’s been a major metropolis for over a millennium. Its patchwork of colorful, architectural styles reflects its storied past, while its museums and galleries are packed with Bohemian treasures from across the region.
The River Vltava meanders its way lazily through the city center and provides the perfect backdrop for leisurely strolls or alfresco dining. Crossing the Charles Bridge is a rite of passage for newbies to the city and a brilliant way to soak up the skyline. Keep your eyes peeled for the towering spires of St. Vitus Cathedral and the immense hilltop complex that is Prague Castle.
Want to delve deeper? Venture into Prague’s idyllic Old Town which hides all kinds of gems in its narrow, cobbled alleyways. Settle down at a café in Old Town Square to watch the world go by or seek out one of the city’s breweries. Czech beer is world-renowned and you’ll find a mix of both recognizable brands and craft options served across the city.
There are heaps of modern allures in Prague too. Why not marvel at the wonky exterior of the Dancing House that’s now a major office and conference space? You can also take a tour of the city’s street art which includes a mishmash of political murals and huge sculptures. Prague is additionally one of Europe’s major business cities, making it a fantastic location for meetings and trade shows.
Keen to tick this epic city off your travel bucket list? Travel to Prague in the lap of luxury with cheap deals on Business Class flight tickets with Elite Flyer. You’ll arrive and depart from Václav Havel Airport (PRG), the city’s contemporary international airport.
Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG)
Václav Havel Airport Prague is situated 12 kilometers west of the city center and it’s been Prague’s international airport since 1937. It’s the largest transport hub in the Czech Republic and sees over 16 million passengers passing through its doors every year.
Getting to and from Prague airport couldn’t be easier via direct bus services, taxis or private transfers. There are four terminals at Václav Havel Airport, with Terminal 1 used for international flights to destinations outside of the EU. Business Class ticketholders can expect to enjoy separate check-in desk and priority boarding – regardless of what airline they’re flying with.
Journeying to New York from Prague in Business Class on one of Delta’s seasonal flights? As well as a range of shops, restaurants and other facilities to enjoy within the modern terminal building, you’ll be given complimentary access to the MasterCard Lounge. It recently replaced the Czech Airlines Lounge and benefits from a host of amenities for relaxation and business.
Sit back in comfy chairs and tuck into a choice of refreshments, including drinks from a well-stocked self-service bar. A separate café area is great if you want to grab a bite to eat before a long journey, plus all the food is included in your lounge access. There are additionally luxurious private shower rooms if you need to freshen up. Prefer to spend the time catching up on work? The lounge’s quiet area, complete with printers, desks and conference facilities, is the ideal space for conducting business calls.
There’s a handful of other lounges available for those with connecting flights to the USA or Canada via other European cities. This includes the ERSTE Premier Lounge in Terminal 2 that’s free to use for Business or First Class passengers traveling with a Sky Team Alliance airline. It offers many of the same amenities as the MasterCard Lounge, with the addition of a children’s play area for younger travelers. There’s also the option of hiring out a separate, completely private lounge within the ERSTE Premier Lounge featuring its own bar and restrooms for an additional cost.
Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to Prague
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Travel mid-week. Because most people tend to fly on weekends, this can sometimes increase ticket prices due to higher demand. For the best chance of snapping up a brilliant discount on premium flights to Prague, search for flights between Tuesday and Thursday.
Buy tickets in advance. You might be lucky enough to find a great last-minute deal on Business Class flights. Nevertheless, we’d recommend always looking for flights a few months in advance if you can. It’s also worth keeping a look out for any airline ticket sales.
Travel off-season. Like any major capital city, Prague has a high season and a low season. It’s usually at its busiest in July and August, so you might find flights are slightly cheaper in the months before and after.