Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport

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Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is an international airport located in the Okęcie district of Warsaw, Poland. Formerly Okęcie International Airport, it is named after the famous Polish composer and former Warsaw resident, Fryderyk Chopin. It is Poland's busiest airport, handling just under 50% of the country's air passenger traffic.


The former name, lotnisko Okecie (Okecie airport), remains in common use, including air traffic and aerodrome references.

Warsaw Airport handles approximately 100 scheduled flights daily and an ever rising number of charters. London, Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam are the busiest international connections, while Kraków, Wrocław and Gdańsk are the most popular domestic ones.

As part of the process to implement major assumptions of a strategy to promote growth of the air traffic from and to Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, planned changes consist mostly in the reduction of charges for the airport services and implementation of new discounts on the airport charges, which is favourable from the airport user’s viewpoint. The changes are to stimulate air traffic growth and lead to its optimisation. Moreover, they promote the air carriers basing their development on Warsaw Airport operations.

Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport takes care to ensure comfortable conditions of travel to all passengers. The areas in the proximity of the passenger terminals, as well as their interiors, have been designed so as to ensure safe and free access to all persons with reduced mobility.

Location

Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport
Żwirki i Wigury 1 Street Polish Airports’ State Enterprise
Warsaw 00-906
Poland

Contact Info
Telephone: 
+48 22 650 4220

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