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 has been servicing international flights since the beginning of 1993.

Till nowadays significant airport improvements were completed: opening new international departures terminal (1997), building a cargo terminal (1999), building new air traffic control tower (2001).

Even greater expansion started in 2006 that includes plans for a new passenger terminal, a runway extension, and assorted taxiway, apron and navigation equipment improvements.

The airlines that are flying from the Wroclaw Airport: LOT, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Volare Airlines, Norwegian, Centralwings.

How to get to the airport
:

There is an easy access to the airport by choosing car, taxi or a bus. If you decided on bus there are two lines that operates there:

* bus no. 406 that operates to the airport from Central Railway/Coach Station,
* bus no. 249 that operates from Jarnoltow to the airport twice a night.

Contact
:

Port Lotniczy Wrocław S.A.

ul. Skarżyńskiego 36

54-530 Wrocław, Poland

tel. (+48 71) 35-81-100

fax. (+48 71) 35-73-973

e-mail: airport@airport.wroclaw.pl

Official website: airport.wroclaw.pl/en/

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