Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, responding to opposition comments, said on Tuesday that the planned construction of the new Central Transportation Hub (CPK) does not mean the land on which Warsaw's Chopin Airport stands will be sold-off, it will be transferred to a state owned company with a ban on privatisation.
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Warsaw's Chopin Airport has been evacuated after the Border Guard detained a South African citizen who had been allegedly carrying a grenade and four pieces of ammunition, a Border Guard spokesperson has told PAP.
Poland's Border Guard has prevented a Russian tennis player from entering country, the interior ministry has reported.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport has handled 8.3 passengers this year, 1.8 million of them in June alone, the airport told PAP on Monday.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport has handled over 6.5 million passengers since the beginning of the year, the airport announced on Monday.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport has processed nearly 5 million passengers since the beginning of the year, with 1.4 million flying from or to the terminal in April alone, a Chopin spokeswoman said on Monday.
Hungarian low-fare airline Wizz Air says it plans to expand its network of destinations and increase its fleet in the Polish capital.
Flights from Warsaw to Germany and Israel have been cancelled owing to strikes in the two countries, the press office of the capital’s Chopin Airport told PAP.