When we examined our data in detail, we saw that Casablanca Prague flight tickets bought after 15 days were purchased at the cheapest prices compared to the average. You can try too.
The busiest months for Casablanca Prague flights are March, April and December. Therefore, tickets you buy for months March, April and December are usually more expensive than the rest of the year. It is possible to find cheaper prices by flying in January, February and March months.
Looking at 30 days from today, we can see that the most affordable flight for Casablanca Prague flight tickets is 2,087 TL by TAP Portugal airlines.
Casablanca Prague flight tickets at turna.com with prices starting from 2,087 TL. Our best price for round-trip Casablanca Prague flight tickets is 9,474 TL. We obtained this information by examining the data for 3 months ahead.
Transportation from the City Center to Casablanca Airport
There is a 33-kilometer distance between Casablanca city center and Casablanca Mohammed V Airport. Train, bus, taxi and car rental options can be used to reach Casablanca Mohammed V Airport from the city center.
It is possible to arrive by train from the train station in the city center to Terminal 1 of Casablanca Mohammed V Airport. The journey by train, which is both a fast and economical transportation method, takes approximately 60 minutes. Trains run every day between 07.00 in the morning and 23.00 in the evening.
You can reach the airport directly by buses that you can take from different points of the city center. Buses take you from the city center to the airport in a 50-60 minute journey depending on the traffic density.
It is possible to reach the airport in a short time by taxis from different points of the city. The route between the city center and the airport takes about 30-40 minutes by taxi.
You can also provide transportation by renting a car from the rent a car offices in the city or through online reservation. There are driver and driverless vehicle alternatives.
Transportation from Václav Havel Airport to the City Center
There is one civil airport serving in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Located 17 km north of the city centre, Václav Havel Airport is an international airport. Its former name was Ruzyně International Airport, but it was changed in 2012. The airport was named after Václav Havel, who was the first post-velvet president of Czechoslovakia and then the Czech Republic, who died in 2011. Prague resembles an open-air museum with its historical texture. In this respect, it is one of the cities that must be seen.
There are options such as buses, trains, trams, passenger services, taxis and car rentals to reach the city center from Prague Václav Havel Airport.
The most convenient way to get from the airport to Prague city center is to use buses. Buses no. 100 and 119 depart frequently from the airport and you can reach the city center in 45 minutes by transfer. Note, however, that these buses do not operate at night. If you landed in Prague at night, you can reach the city center by taking the night bus numbered 510, which departs every 20 minutes, and then the tram. Of course, this journey takes longer.
Another option is passenger services. By making a reservation in advance, you can go to your hotel with the services of companies such as Prague Airport Shuttle, ČEDAZ, Prague Transfers.
You can also use taxis to reach the city center from the airport, but beware, it can be very expensive. Alternatively, you can reach your hotel by renting a car from the rent a car companies at the airport.
Václav Havel Airport Transportation Information
Address: Letiště Praha, a. S. K Letišti 6/1019, 160 08 Praha 6
Tel: +420 220 111 888
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