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 Chopin Airport to be closed after Central Airport launch

The Warsaw Chopin Airport will be closed after the construction of the planned Central Airport, said Jacek Sasin, chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of Ministers. According to him, the facility needs to be closed as the development of nearby districts will block its development. Accor...

Wild: Keeping Warsaw airport ‘antisocial and anti-developmental’

The idea to maintain an airport so close to Warsaw’s city center is anti-social and anti-developmental, because it restricts the city’s development, said Mikołaj Wild, the government proxy for the construction of the Central Airport, which is set to be built between Warsaw and Łódź. Wild responded t...

Locked content Warsaw Chopin Airport takes 25th spot in best airports ranking

Warsaw Chopin Airport was ranked 25th in the ranking of best airports in the world compiled by Airhelp Score. Singapore Changi was first followed by airports in Munich and Hong Kong. The facilities were ranked by three criteria: quality and service, punctuality and social media sentiment. The Warsaw...

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 Ryanair unveils new flights from Warsaw

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair will launch daily flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Szczecin from March 27, 2017, the CEO Michael O’Leary announced during a press conference on Tuesday. Ryanair also will carry out three daily flights (instead of two) from Warsaw Modlin to Gdańsk and Wrocław...