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 Wrocław Airport with over 1.1 mln passengers in June-Aug.

Wrocław Airport served over 1.1 million passengers in the June-August period. In August passenger traffic grew by more than 22 percent y/y and stood at 373,000. In July the number of passengers was record high and reached 374,000. From the beginning of 2018, the airport transported 2.25 million pass...

Locked content PKP Intercity with 21.4 mln passengers in H1

State-owned passenger railway carrier PKP Intercity recorded 21.4 million passengers in the first half of 2018, up by 5.5 percent in comparison to the same period last year. “We hope that 2018 will turn out again as the year of the railway and we will finish it again with over 40 million passe...

Locked content FlixBus carries 2 mln passengers in H1

FlixBus transported 2 million passengers in the first half of 2018, the company reported. The most popular destinations were Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, Berlin, and Rzeszów. During H1 the company gained 11 local bus partners and received over 30 permits for traveling under the new route network. The ne...

Locked content Warsaw Chopin Airport with 1.5 mln passengers in May

Warsaw’s main Chopin Airport served 1.5 million passengers in May; which is 15.1 percent more than a year earlier when there were 1.3 million people – the company operating the facility said on Thursday. “Never before in May did we serve such a large number of travelers from the Ch...

Locked content Wizz Air has 60 million passengers in Poland

Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air reached 60 million passengers in Poland since it had started operating in the country in 2004, Corporate Communications Director Andras Rado said. He also foretasted passenger traffic from and to Poland at 10 million passengers in 2018 compared to 8.1 million a ye...

Locked content Katowice Airport with almost 400,000 passengers in May

Katowice Airport served over 399,000 passengers in May this year – over 29 percent more than in May 2017. This is the best fifth month of the year in the history of this airport and the sixteenth month in a row with a two-digit percentage increase in total traffic there. As Piotr Adamczyk from...

Locked content Kraków Airport passenger traffic up 16% in May

Kraków Airport transported about 611,500 passengers in May, 16 percent more compared to a year earlier. During the first five months of 2018, Kraków Airport served over 2.6 million passengers, 19 percent more y/y. Growing number of passengers is the result of, among others new connections and their ...

Locked content Polish airports transport in 2017 about 40 million passengers

Polish airports served about 40 million passengers, registering an 18 percent increase year-on-year, a PwC report stated. In 2018 the growth is seen at 12 percent, which means around 45 million passengers will be transported. Chopin Airport in Warsaw served the biggest number of passengers in Poland...

Kraków Airport March passenger traffic grows 19%

Kraków Airport transported about 514,300 passengers in March, a 19 percent increase compared to th same period last year. According to the airport statistics, there was about 4,100 landings and take-offs last month,  an 15 percent increase versus March 2017.