Warsaw Chopin Airport serviced 15.75 million passengers in 2017, which is 22 percent more y/y.
“The number of passengers traveling on domestic flights reached 2.1 million and was 47.5 percent higher than in 2016. The number of passengers on international flights amounted to 13.7 million, which represents a 20 percent y/y increase,” the company operating the facility said. Transit passengers accounted for 25 percent of all of the airport traffic.
Just in the summer season alone, 35 carriers operated on 119 routes, including 99 European ones, 8 Asian destinations, 5 in North America, 4 in Africa, and 3 in the Middle East.
Chopin Airport in Warsaw is the largest airport in Poland. In 2016, the port served 12.8 million passengers.