After the first nine months of 2021, Warsaw Chopin Airport is on track to match passenger figures for the whole of 2020, the year when the coronavirus pandemic raged across the world, crippling air traffic.
Air travel within Polish airspace is picking up but it is still below the level recorded before the coronavirus pandemic, show the results of a new study by the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.
Air traffic in Poland could enjoy a strong summer season in 2022, although it will still fail to hit the highs of 2019, a deputy infrastructure minister has told PAP.
The Passenger Locator Form, a mandatory document for people travelling to Poland, is available electronically from Saturday.
The new system will allow for so called ‘airspace digitization’, creating an accurate map of aircraft flight trajectory based on provided data. This will mean that the air traffic controller will be able to not only track a plane’s current location but also be able to see where it will be precisely at a specific time in the future.
Air travel within Polish airspace is picking up, show the results of a new study by the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.
The number of take-offs and landings at Polish airports soared by 327 percent compared to last year, but is still 72 percent down on 2019, the Polish air navigation agency has reported.
An investigative team of the Polish National Prosecutor's Office has filed to a Warsaw court for the temporary arrest of three Russian air traffic controllers who were on duty at the time when a Polish presidential plane crashed in Smolensk over 10 years ago.
The Interior Ministry in a Thursday amendment expanded the list of countries whose citizens can enter Poland by air.
Air traffic within Polish airspace and at Polish airports on August 3-9 fell by 47 percent year on year, according to data released by the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PAZP) on Tuesday.