Poland's 13 regional airports handled 63 percent fewer passengers in the first half of the year than in the same period in 2019, according to a report by the Polish Regional Airports Association (ZRPL) released on Monday.
As of November 30, Krakow Airport, in southern Poland, will have a new connection to Luxembourg. It will be launched by Luxair Luxembourg Airlines, a new carrier at the airport.
The shimmering work of art is now captivating travellers at Shenzen airport.
The Krakow-Balice International Airport in southern Poland serviced 205,600 passengers in July, 74 percent less than in the previous year, the airport announced on Monday.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport processed around 46,000 travelers in June, a 97.4-percent decrease year on year, the air terminal's press office has reported in a statement.
Open’er is going online! For the first time since 2002, the legendary Open’er Festival won’t take place at the Gdynia Kossakowo Airport.
Kraków Airport, in southern Poland, has signed a declaration initiated by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), aimed at applying and promoting new safety rules to counteract the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Wednesday, international passenger air traffic resumed to and from Poland after a three-month break due to the COVID-19 epidemic, airlines and airports have introduced new guidelines to ensure the safe transport of passengers.
Talks are ongoing with Incheon airport in Seoul and Narita airport in Tokyo on potential cooperation during the planning stages of the Central Transportation Port (CPK), a major airport hub to be located in central Poland, acting CPK CEO Mikolaj Wild has told PAP.
Fourteen Polish airports are entitled to receive support under the government's anti-crisis programme, with the total amount of subsidies reaching PLN 142 mln (EUR 31.42 mln), Deputy Infrastructure Minister Marcin Horala told a Friday press conference.