After the first nine months of 2021, Warsaw Chopin Airport is on track to match passenger figures for the whole of 2020, the year when the coronavirus pandemic raged across the world, crippling air traffic.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport had its busiest month since the start of the pandemic in August with more than a million passengers using its services, an 80 percent rise on last year.
Air traffic in Poland could enjoy a strong summer season in 2022, although it will still fail to hit the highs of 2019, a deputy infrastructure minister has told PAP.
Passenger traffic at Polish airports experienced another dramatic setback in the first quarter of this year due to travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the results of a new study by the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC) show.
Passenger traffic on Poland’s railways has reached its highest level since the start of pandemic, according to the rail passenger transport authority.
PLL LOT, Poland's national airline, suffered a PLN 1.04 billion (EUR 227 million) loss in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company said in a management report.
Each traveler should fill in an electronic location card before entering Poland, according to a new government regulation.
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.
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.