The Czech-Slovak investment group Penta wants to go ahead with its plan to transform Letiště Vodochody into a second international airport serving the Czech capital. However, the Czech state does not seem to be in favour of the project, which would compete with the state-owned Václav Havel Airport in Ruzyně. The new airport, which was originally planned to open in two years’ time, would target charter and low-cost airlines and could handle up to 3.5 million passengers annually.