Airports in Poland


International airports of Poland-airports in Warsaw

Airports in Warsaw



Near Warsaw, at different distances from the city center, there are two passenger airports: Warsaw-Modlin Airport and Warsaw-Okentse Frederic Chopin Airport. Warsaw-Okęcie Airport is the largest and most popular in Poland, from which most of the international flights operate.
Both airports are connected to the city by public transport: trains, buses, fixed-route taxis. Everywhere there are duty-free shops, currency exchange, ATMs, kiosks with the press and snacks, and full-fledged cafes 

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International airports of Poland-Warsaw-Modlin Airport

Airport Warsaw-Modlin

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Warsaw-Modlin International Airport is located 49 kilometers north of the center of Warsaw in the town of Nowy Dwur Mazowiecki in the Modlin district, from which it takes its name. The airport is intended for use by low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, for which the airport is one of the base.
The airport infrastructure includes three passenger terminals with a high level of protection, as well as a weather station equipped with new precision equipment .

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International airports of Poland-Frederic Chopin Airport Warsaw

Frederic Chopin Airport Warsaw

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Frederic Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland, located in the Warsaw region and serving about half of all air passengers in the country.
Nowadays, the airport Frederic Chopin has two runways 2800 m and 3690 m long, intersecting in the form of the letter "X". It also has three terminals and an open observation deck . .

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