Poznan Lawica Airport

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Poznan Lawica Airport built in 1913, is one of the oldest airports in Poland. It is located 7 km west of Poznan city centre.

All passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) are entitled for special assistance at Poznan Lawica Airport and during air journey.

Both, Poznan Lawica Airport and operating airlines, are obligated to guarantee special assistance to all PRM passengers free of charge and ensure the right to use all facilities based on local, state and European legislation.

As of 26 July 2008 Poznan Lawica Airport Ltd. as a managing body mandates service for disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility to handling agent POZ Airport Services Ltd.

All passengers who wish to apply for special assistance are requested to notify their airline ( either in person or through their travel agency) when booking their flight or, at the latest, 48 hours before their flight.

On 2nd June, the Airport Supervisory Board decided to nominate the Management Board of Poznań Airport for its new term. Mr Mariusz Wiatrowski is appointed the President of the Management Board again, and Mr Grzegorz Bykowski - so far Strategy and Development Director - is appointed Member of the Management Board. Both of them are nominated for joint three-year term of office.


Poznan Lawica Airport Ltd. Bukowska 285
60-189 Poznan

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+48 61 849 23 43, +48 61 849 22 51
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