Polish airports serviced around 8 million passengers in the first half of the year, down by 64 percent from the same period of 2019, according to Poland's Civil Aviation Office (ULC).
Flights from Britain to Poland will be suspended from midnight on Monday due to concerns over a new strain of coronavirus, the government's spokesman announced on Twitter.
The Polish government has extended a ban on international flights to nine countries until December 31, 2020, owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Poland's 13 regional airports handled 8.04 million passengers in the first three quarters of 2020, 15.3 million (or 65.6 pct) less than in the corresponding period of the previous year, the Polish Regional Airports Association (ZRPL) data shows.
Due to a second wave of the coronavirus and the shutdown of some countries, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is introducing changes to its flight schedules in Europe. This means a reduced number of flights to and from five Polish cities, KLM has said in a communique.
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.
Poland will ban passenger flights to 10 countries at it further tightens coronavirus restrictions, a government regulation published on Tuesday said.
The drones from Katowice-based company Spartaqs, will take just four minutes to carry blood and test swabs between hospitals in Warsaw.
An aircraft from the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) will carry out inspection and measurement flights for three years in Lithuania after the agency won a tender, PANSA has announced.
While some EU countries consider Poland ‘safe’ others do not which has caused confusion over varying travel bans and quarantine measures.