A PLL LOT Dreamliner on a flight from Warsaw to Zanzibar on Sunday was turned back after developing a fault and landed safely at Chopin Airport.
Warsaw Chopin Airport serviced 10.7 million passengers in the first nine months of the year, three quarters of what it handled before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Air traffic is recovering at a quicker pace than predicted by the capital city's Chopin Airport, the company announced on Wednesday
Warsaw's Chopin Airport, the largest airport in Poland, serviced over 1.25 million passengers in May, or 76 percent of the analogous figure for 2019, the airport announced on Tuesday.
The financial results of the Polish Airports State Enterprise (PPL), the operator of several Polish airports, including the Warsaw Chopin Airport, considerably improved in 2021, the second year of the pandemic, against 2020, the company has reported.
In the first four months of this year, Warsaw's Chopin Airport handled more than 2,968,000 passengers, the airport announced in a press statement on Wednesday.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport is not experiencing major flight delays, airport spokesperson Anna Dermont told PAP on Friday.
Failure to reach an agreement between the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PAZP) and air traffic control unionists, by Friday, may result in large-scale flight cancellations, an aviation official said on Thursday.
Chopin Airport in 2021 serviced 7,473,734 passengers, cargo transports also saw a marked improvement during the ongoing pandemic, a Wednesday press release shows.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport had its busiest month since the start of the pandemic in August with more than a million passengers using its services, an 80 percent rise on last year.
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