Air travel within Polish airspace is picking up but it is still below the level recorded before the coronavirus pandemic, show the results of a new study by the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.
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.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air announced on Friday it was suspending all flights in its Polish network until June 6 in connection with the extension of restrictions on international flights due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has extended the suspension of all of its flights to and from Poland in view of continued coronavirus-related restrictions covering international flights.
Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air has launched new flight connections from Gdansk, northern Poland, Katowice, southern Poland and Warsaw to Ukraine, Norway and Israel, the carrier said on Monday.
Warsaw's Chopin airport has announced new connections this winter season from national carrier LOT and Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air, while Kraków (southern Poland) has announced six new connections and Katowice (southern Poland) 12 new routes.
From next summer, Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air will launch 15 new destinations, from Gdansk (northern Poland), Krakow (southern Poland) and Warsaw, the carrier announced on Tuesday.
Hungarian low cost carrier Wizz Air officially inaugurated its base at Kraków Airport in southern Poland on Wednesday. It is the airline's fifth base in Poland, thanks to which Wizz Air will launch 18 new connections this year.
In 2019, Wizz Air wants to carry 2.9 million passengers from the Gdansk Airport, in northern Poland. This year, the carrier will launch four new routes from Gdańsk: to Oslo-Sandefjord-Torp, Bodo, Bremen and Kutaisi.