Copernicus Airport Wroclaw

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Copernicus Airport Airport is an international commercial airport in Wrocław in southwestern Poland. The airport is located 10 km southwest of the city centre. It has one runway, one passenger terminal (with separate domestic and international sections) and one cargo terminal.

The airport was built in 1938 for German military purposes before World War II. It was operated briefly by Soviet forces following the war before being used for civilian purposes in 1945. Services were operated to Warsaw, Lodz, Poznan and Katowice. By 1992 destinations also included Krakow, Rzeszów, Gdańsk, Szczecin and Koszalin.

On 19 July 2006 the architectural firm JSK was chosen to design a significant airport expansion. This includes plans for a new passenger terminal a runway extension to 3,000 m, and assorted taxiway, apron and navigation equipment improvements. Also, car parking will be expanded to 1,000 spaces, and a conference centre with a hotel will be built on site. The first stage, increasing the passenger capacity to 2 million yearly, is expected to be completed by 2010.

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Copernicus Airport Wroclaw Port Lotniczy Wrocław S.A. , ul. Skarżyńskiego 36
Wrocław 54-530

Contact Info
(+48 71) 35-81-100

Wrocław-Strachowice Weather info
Few clouds

Location of this weather station:
0.3 km South-Southwest

Reported on:
Wed, 2018-12-12 07:00

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