Rzeszow airport

Rzeszow Airport

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Rzeszow Airport Rzeszow Jasionka Airport Rzeszow Jasionka Airport is situated 10 km the from the center of Rzeszow city. The airport is being constantly modernized to offer high standard services. Works on the modernisation of Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport are still under way and construction of new Terminal 2 with the accompanying infrastructure has recently begun. Rzeszow-Jasionka […]

Krakow airport

Krakow Airport

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Krakow airport BOOK your Airport Transfer now John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice   International Airport in Krakow is situated in the west side of the town nearby smaller town Balice. The airport was opened for civil aviation in 1964 and since then it was dynamically developed into an international airport. In 2001 thanks to […]

Katowice airport

Katowice Airport

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Katowice Airport Katowice International Airport in Pyrzowice The Katowice International Airport is situated at the north of the agglomeration of Upper Silesia. The airport was established in 1940 by the German army and until the October 1966 wasn’t available for passenger traffic. The first passenger terminal was built in 1969 and modernised in 1994. Recently […]

Zielona Gora Airport

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Zielona Gora-Babimost International Airport Zielona Gora-Babimost Airport is located in Kramsko, 34 km northeast from Zielona Gora, the capital of Lubuskie region. The Zielona Gora Airport is the 11th busiest in Poland. At first it was a military base. It served a record amount of domestic flights to and from Warsaw. In 2004 after the […]

The airport was built in 1930s by Germans for military purpose. In February 1945 airport was taken over by the Soviet Army and in the same year it started civil aviation.

Wroclaw Airport

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Wroclaw Airport Copernicus Airport Wroclaw The Copernicus Airport Wroclaw is located 10 km southwest of the city centre in Strachowice (Wroclaw). The airport was built in 1930s by Germans for military purpose. In February 1945 airport was taken over by the Soviet Army and in the same year it started civil aviation. The Wroclaw Airport […]

Lodz Airport

Lodz Airport

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Lodz Airport Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport was formerly known as Lodz-Lublinek Wladyslaw Reymont Airport as it is situated in small village Lublinek, 6 km of the Lodz city center First passenger flight from Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport took place in September 1925. Since then it has undergone a numbers of upgrades […]

Poznan Airport

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Picture source: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_lotniczy_Pozna%C5%84-%C5%81awica#/media/File:Port_Lotniczy_%C5%81awica_RB2.JPG Poznan Airport Poznan-Lawica Airport Poznan Airport is located in Lawica, situated 7 km from the city centre of Poznan. Poznan-Lawica Airport was established by Prussian invaders in 1913 and it has been a Polish airport since 1919. It is one of the oldest airports in Poland. Poznan Airport Terminal The airport, from its […]

Bydgoszcz airport

Bydgoszcz Airport

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Picture source: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_lotniczy_Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo International Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport The Bydgoszcz Airport was established before World War I and function back than as a German Army military airport. The airport was opened for civil aviation in 1929. It had several short breaks in its functioning. Currently it is the tenth airport in Poland in terms of […]

Szczecin airport

Szczecin Airport

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Picture Source: Radosław Drożdżewski Szczecin Airport Szczecin-Goleniow “Solidarnosc” Airport Szczecin-Goleniow Airport is situated 45 km northeast of the city centre of Szczecin, near Goleniow in the village Glewice. The airport was built in the late 1950s and its purpose was serving as a military airport. In 1967 it was changed into civilian airport and after this […]