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Distance Between > Airports > Lugano Airport to Ruzyně International Airport

Distance Between Lugano Airport (LUG) and Ruzyně International Airport (PRG) is

604.29 kilometers
375.49 miles
Flying time between Lugano and Prague can take around 0 hours 45 minutes under avarage conditions.

Lugano Airport

Latitude: 46.0042991638
Longitude: 8.9105796814
City: Lugano
Country: Switzerland
IATA Code: LUG
Local Code:
Website:

Ruzyně International Airport

Latitude: 50.1007995605469
Longitude: 14.2600002288818
City: Prague
Country: Czech Republic
IATA Code: PRG
Local Code:
Website: http://www2.prg.aero/en/site/klient/klient_index.htm
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