Airport Brno Ltd.

Airport Brno Ltd.

In 1958, official opening of traffic on runway, length 2000 m.

In 1965–1970, succeeded largest traffic figures in domestic schedule air traffic (due to not existing quality and rapid ground transport).

In 1982–1992, airport was operated by Ministry of Defence as mixed military/civil airport, the civil traffic was strictly reduced due to military conditions.

In 1992, Czech Airports Authority takes airport over Ministry of Defence, issued the permission to operate the international civil transport, the airport opens civil transport after several years of attenuation.

In 1997, the first landing of aircraft Boeing 747 in the history of airport.

In 2002, since July, 1st, Brno Airport has been privately managed by AIRPORT BRNO Ltd., company has obtained a 50 years concession to operate Brno Airport.

In 2003, more than 20 touristic destinations operated during the summer season.

In 2004, since July 1st, has been the airport ownership handed over to Southern Moravia Region. AIRPORT BRNO Ltd. continues to operate the airport as the private operator under lease contract with South Moravia Government.

Brno International Airport is one of four main international airports in Czech Republic. The present capacity, and future development potential, enables Brno Airport to provide services to all its customers from its catchment area, which is South Moravia Region, part of neighbouring regions, part of Austria and Slovakia.

Brno Airport is located 200 km east of Prague, the capital city of Czech Republic, is 120 km North of Vienna, capital city of Austria, and 130 km North-West of Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia.

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Airport Brno Ltd. Brno 627 00
Czech Republic

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