Locked content Record 45 mln passengers at Polish airports in 2018

In 2018, Polish airports served over 45.8 million passengers. Almost two-thirds of them have used regional airports. This is a record at Polish airports. The largest airport in Poland is Chopin Airport in Warsaw. It ended 2018 having served 17.755 million passengers, an increase of 12.7 percent, or ...

Locked content LOT to open new routes to Delhi from September

LOT Polish Airlines is to open a new connection to Asia. From September 17, 2019, the national carrier will fly from Warsaw to Delhi in India. The connection from Warsaw to Delhi will be served by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Planes will fly from Warsaw Chopin Airport on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, S...

Locked content Chopin Airport handles 17.8 mln passengers in 2018

Warsaw Chopin Airport served 17.8 million passengers in 2018, registering an increase of 12.7 percent versus a year ago, the airport said.  Almost 16 million airport passengers traveled internationally in 2018 (17.2 percent more y/y), while nearly 1.8 million used domestic routes. Charter traffic ro...

Locked content ML System signs contract with PP ‘Porty Lotnicze’ for PLN ...

ML System has signed a contract with Przedsiębiorstwo Państwowe “Porty Lotnicze” regarding the change of the arrangement of zones in Terminal A at the Chopin Airport in Warsaw, the company said. The total value of the contract is PLN 14.6 million. The project will use elements of intelli...

Locked content Chopin Airport served 5.7 mln passengers in July-Sept.

Warsaw Chopin Airport transported around 5.7 million passengers in July-September, which is 0.6 million fewer travelers compared to the same period last year, the airport reported. From the beginning of 2018 until the end of September Chopin Airpor served 13.7 million passengers, of which 12.4 milli...

Locked content Chopin Airport served 12 mln passengers in Jan.-Aug.

Warsaw Chopin Airport transported around 12 million passengers in January-August. This is 14 percent more compared to the same period last year, the airport reported. Almost 11 million passengers used international routes. In August Chopin Airport served 1.9 million passengers, 12.4 percent more com...

Locked content Record July passenger figures for Chopin airport

Warsaw’s Chopin airport serviced 1.9 million passengers in July, a historic high for the month of July and 12.6 percent more than in the corresponding month of last year. “The result was strongly influenced by the increase of passengers travelling internationally (mainly in transit),” said the airpo...

Locked content Small plane caused delays at Chopin Airport

25 plane take-offs and landings were suspended at Warsaw Chopin Airport on Tuesday due to an unplanned “approach of a small plane”, the airport informed. The average delay time was about 30 minutes. Besides the delays, the situation did not affect passengers in any way, the statement sai...

Chopin Airport served 8 mln passengers in H1

Warsaw Chopin Airport handled around 8 million passengers in the first half of this year, airport management has announced. That is 14.8 percent more compared to the same period last year, when from January to June 2017 nearly 7 million people used the airport.

Locked content Baltona will be new operator at Chopin Airport

At the Warsaw Chopin Airport, 15 points of sale were closed for travelers as of July 1. This is related to the expiry of Lagardere Travel Retail lease agreements. Baltona will be the new operator and will lease 14 points of sale located in various parts of the terminal. Currently, passengers have 14...