With new destinations and more people using it as a transfer hub, the city’s main airport is pulling in the travellers.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport, Poland's largest international airport, serviced a record-high 17.76 million passenger last year, 12.7 percent more than in 2017, the airport announced on Friday.
Airport authorities removed the happy cat from the plane before handing it over to city guards.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport serviced around 5.7 mln passengers from July until the end of September this year, the airport reported on Thursday.
Poland remains the fastest-growing aviation market in Europe, with growth of 10%, compared to a European average of 7%.