Kraków Airport seals apron expansion deal

Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk said at the signing that the commencement of the project proved the Polish construction sector's resilience to the coronavirus epidemic. Łukasz Gągulski/PAP

Kraków Airport in southern Poland has signed a contract for the expansion of its apron. The nearly PLN 134 million (EUR 29.4 million) project will add 15 new slots for code C aircraft.

Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk said at the signing that the commencement of the project proved the Polish construction sector's resilience to the coronavirus epidemic. He also said he believed air traffic in Poland will resume within the next few weeks.

The project's executor is Max Boegl Polska.

Kraków Airport is the second-largest air terminal in Poland, last year it serviced over 8.4 million passengers. Due to the coronavirus epidemic the terminal has been closed since mid-March.