The first flight by LOT Polish airlines' dreamliner over the polar route took off from Tokyo to Warsaw on Saturday.
In 2023, Polish airports are likely to service around 91 percent of the total number of passengers recorded in 2019, the year before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Polish airports serviced around 5.7 million people in the first quarter of 2022, a 440 percent passenger increase on the same period of 2021, the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) reported on Saturday.
Passenger traffic at Polish airports increased by 35 percent last year against 2020 but was still down by 60 percent compared to 2019, due to the recurring waves of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) has said.
If no agreement is reached between striking air traffic controllers and Polish civil aviation authorities, Warsaw's two airports may soon see two-thirds of their regular flights cancelled, the Eurocontrol aviation safety agency has said.
The Eurocontrol aviation safety agency has not yet decided on cancelling flights to and from Poland, and all flights should be unaffected after May 1, Poland's Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) said on Friday.
Poland's Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) has posted on its website a warning of possible flight delays and cancellations at Warsaw's airport due to a protest and some flight controllers quitting their jobs.
From midnight on Friday, a ban has come into force on flights in Polish airspace of planes used by Russian carriers, the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) has announced.
In the first three quarters of 2021, Polish airports serviced over 12.9 million passengers, the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) announced on Thursday.
Former British Royal Marine Scott Booth, founder of the Laguna’s Spitfire Legacy Project, was waiting to take a dream flight in a two-seater Spitfire in 2016, when he noticed a coffee table in the waiting area made from a Rolls-Royce Griffon engine used in some late Spitfires.