Locked content Polish airports with 11% passengers growth this year – PwC

According to consultancy PwC, the number of passengers serviced by the Polish airports this year will grow by 11 percent to 37.8 million. In 2016, there were 34.2 passengers that traveled through Polish facilities. “We’ve slowly reaching the goal of one traveler per citizen. Last year it was 0...

Locked content Over 15 mln passengers handled in Polish airports

During the first half of 2016, Polish airports handled over 15.2 million people, which is 10 percent more than last year. Warsaw’s Chopin Airport was picked by the most passengers – more than 8.35 million people were handled there since the beginning of the year, of which 7.5 million in intern...

Locked content A record-breaking holiday season at Chopin Airport

During the holiday season, Chopin Airport handled 2.75 million people, which is 14 percent more than last year. More than 8.35 million passengers were handled since the beginning of 2016 (an increase of 10 percent), of which 7.5 million in international traffic (up by 10.2 percent) and 843,000 in do...

Locked content Modlin Airport handled over 2 mln passengers in 2016

Modlin, Warsaw’s suburban airport has handled over 2 million passengers since the beginning of 2016, the airport informed in a market filing. As many as 7.5 million people have used Modlin Airport since its opening in 2012, a statement read. Last year, Warsaw Modlin Airport was announced to be...

Locked content 2014 the best for Polish air transport

Polish airports noted the best performance in terms of a number of passengers in 2014. As much as 27.1 million people were served. According to the prospects, the current year might be even better, Aeronews.pl reported. While Chopin Airport remains the leader and Kraków Airport is the second biggest...

Locked content Some EU-funded airports a sham

According to a release from the European Court of Auditors, a lack of adequate planning and forecasting has resulted in underused airports. The airports saw EU subsidies funneled to their construction and ultimately turned out to be unsustainable. “We found that some airports were not profitab...
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Warsaw Chopin fastest growing airport in EU

The Warsaw Chopin Airport registered 11.3 percent passenger number growth in 2013, the highest among EU airports, according to data published by statistics office Eurostat on Thursday. It served 10.7 million passengers last year.