The striking portrait by Warsaw artist Urszula Kamińska will go on display at the airport’s VIP ‘Polonez’ business lounge after airport official’s spotted her work on a fridge and decided to commission the piece.
In July, Warsaw's Chopin airport handled 1,040,000 passengers, which was the highest monthly total since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the airport announced in a press release on Friday.
Polish airports serviced 14.5 million passengers in 2020, a 70 percent drop on the preceding year due to traveling restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) has said.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport serviced nearly 54 percent less passengers in March year on year, according to the airport’s official figures.
Over 400 medical ventilators have been seized at Warsaw's Chopin Airport in the latest twist to a medical procurement scandal dating back to the first wave of the pandemic.
Warsaw Chopin Airport saw passengers number drop by 84 percent in December compared to 2019 owing to the continuous effects of pandemic restrictions.
The Polish Airports State Enterprise (PPL) has received PLN 125.8 million (EUR 28.12 million) in state aid to compensate for the banning of flights and an exemption from tax on 2019's profits, a spokesman for Warsaw's Chopin Airport has told PAP
Warsaw's Chopin airport processed over 323,000 passengers in October, 2020, an 80.9-percent fall on the preceding year, the company said in a statement.
VIDEO: Included among the haul seized by customs officers at Warsaw’s Chopin airport were 11 folders containing 250 documents each and over 100 electronic files in both digital formats and on cassettes.
The hub will give people a central point where they can access various types of shared transport, whether it be scooters, mopeds, bicycles and even cars.
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