Representatives from around 100 airlines, 300 airports, numerous tourist organisations and other aviation-related businesses are expected to attend the Routes Europe forum to be held on April 26-28 in Lodz, central Poland.
The aerial adventures of 19th-century bird-man Jan Wnęk drew large crowds but did he or didn’t he actually manage to glide long distances?
Seeking to emulate the achievements of Bolesław Orliński, a pioneering aviator that first completed the route in 1926, the 16 member crew took approximately 200 flight hours to complete their 24,000 kilometre odyssey.
It was Gold and silver all the way for the Polish pilots as they dominated at the event in Stalowa Wola.
Poland expected to see double-digit growth of over 10 percent meaning 50 million passengers will have been served at Polish airports by year end.
LOT Polish Airlines, the flag carrier of Poland, has won the title of the Best Airline in Eastern Europe from US magazine Global Traveler, LOT's press office said on Thursday. The Polish company finished ahead of Russia's Aeroflot and Hungary's Wizzair.
Kraków Airport, the second biggest airport in Poland, has put 10 new destinations on its winter schedule as of Sunday. In total, 20 carriers operating from the airport will offer 100 connections.
A newly-opened exhibition at the Warsaw University of Technology tells the fascinating history of Polish aviation. Running from October 22-23, the ‘Per aspera ad astra’ exhibition shows off some of Poland’s greatest aerial achievements, from fighter aircraft to rockets.
Establishing the Group fits the government’s broader Strategy for Responsible Development, which includes developing the company’s aviation sector, among others.
More than 130 attractions are planned for the 9th 'Night at the Institute of Aviation,' which will take place in Warsaw on October 12.