Brno International Airport Reviews 2017
Brno International Airport, located in Brno, Czech Republic, replaced the city’s old airport in the 1950s and was handed for Czechoslovak air force use in the 1980s. In 1989, they were again open for civilian use. As the Czech Republic’s second-busiest airport, Brno International Airport mainly operates charter and private flight services, with a growing increase of scheduled services.
BRQ’s terminal building, designed by Petr Parolek, is a stunning example of Czech organic architecture. Our Brno International Airport reviews give you insider access into the design, services and amenities, and recent news and reviews of Brno International Airport.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
Based on 124 Brno International Airport reviews on Google, the airport has a 4.5/5-star rating. Overall, here’s what one of the Brno International Airport reviews wrote: “Really small but very nice international airport. Quick and easy departures and even quicker arrivals. Cheap long term parking. Only negative is lack of restaurants or snack bars. Great acces[s]ibility via adjacent highway.” Others note the airport’s friendly and efficient staff service and general cleanliness, variously calling the airport “stylish,” “nice,” and a “good experience.”
Brno International Airport, owing to very few daily flights has been described as “low-key and quiet,” has a single terminal and free WiFi access. Connect to the “AIRPORT” network” to start browsing online. According to Brno International Airport reviews, BRQ turns into a virtual ghost town at night when the shops and restaurants close, so if sleeping at the airport is not an option, opt for the following nearby hotels: Slunecni Dvur, Penzion Ruland, and City Apart Hotel Brno, which are all a short drive from BRQ.
The airport’s terminal consists of two levels with a departure hall capable of handling up to 1,000 passengers every hour. Two bars – Starobrno bar and Aviette bar – offer coffee and beverages and snacks and sandwiches respectively. Brno International Airport offers Duty Free shopping and convenience store shopping at the Airport Shop Brno that sells”tobacco, newspapers, magazines, maps, guides, souvenirs, refreshments, travel accessories” according to the airport’s official website.
ATMs, currency exchanges, and car rental services are found at Brno International Airport. The airport’s information desks are located on the ground floor. Travellers can arrange or inquire about accommodations and public transport in Brno at the passenger terminal’s Tourist Information Center.
Brno International Airport, serving the city of Brno in the Czech Republic, is located within the city’s limits. Travellers can access it either via the D1 Praha-Brno-Olomouc motorway (Slatina exit), or the D2 Brno-Bratislava motorway.
Location – Traffic – Service
In 2016, Brno International Airport had handled 417,725 passengers which was a -10.36% decrease from the previous year’s record. Brno International Airport has daily flights to Prague with CSA Czech Airlines, and is served by low-cost airlines Ryanair and Wings, and charter service Travel Service Airlines flying to popular vacation destinations.
For a comprehensive list of the destinations of Brno International Airport, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.
News and Awards
Brno International Airport recently renovated its inflight restaurant – offering a range of classic Czech dishes and beverages – in the arrivals hall. There had also been talks about a new cargo terminal and industry zone.
- Airport Code: BRQ
- Phone number: +420 545 521 310
- Website URL: http://www.airport-brno.cz/en/
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: Letiste Brno-Turany 904/1, Turany, Brno, 627 00, Czech Republic
I’d love to check this Czech airport out. From its exterior to service quality, they deserve their great reputation.
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