Polish railway company PKP Intercity announced that its 50-percent seating capacity limit will cease to apply from May 15 owing to the waning strength of the pandemic.
The number of take-offs and landings at Polish airports soared by 327 percent compared to last year, but is still 72 percent down on 2019, the Polish air navigation agency has reported.
From Saturday until May 14, more people will be allowed to travel on Poland's public transport network and the limit will rise again from May 15 under a new regulation from the Council of Ministers.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport serviced nearly 54 percent less passengers in March year on year, according to the airport’s official figures.
The Krakow-Balice International Airport in southern Poland serviced nearly 39,000 passengers in March, 85 percent less than in the previous year, the airport announced on Thursday.
The driver of an Ukrainian bus that crashed on Saturday in south-eastern Poland has been charged with unintentionally causing a land traffic disaster.
Airline PLL LOT plans to develop links with travel agencies as the carrier looks to offset losses caused by the collapse of international business travel owing to the pandemic.
Warsaw Chopin Airport saw passengers number drop by 84 percent in December compared to 2019 owing to the continuous effects of pandemic restrictions.
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).
Polish national airline LOT said on Monday that due to the Covid-19 pandemic it would probably carry about 2 million passengers in 2020, a fraction of the number it had expected to handle.