Warsaw Chopin Airport
It is the largest polish airport. Located in the Okręcie region, 8 km south from Warsaw’s center. It is easily accessible by car or by one of five bus routes, which pass through crucial capital’s spots: 148, 175, 188, 575 and night line N32.
ul. Żwirki i Wigury
tel.: +48 22 650 4220
Wroclaw Mikołaj Kopernik Airport
International airport, located in Wroclaw, 10km in the south-west direction from its centre. The rout between airport and Central Railway and Bus Stations is serviced by bus 406.
ul. Skarżyńskiego 36
tel.: (071) 35-81-100
Kraków-Balice John Paul II International Airport
Located 11 km west from Cracow’s center. It is second the largest airport in Poland in terms of check-ins and airlifts. It is situated in the immediate vicinity of motorway A4. Access to the airport from the central railway station is serviced by a special train. Its journey takes about 20 minutes. Additionally, there are three bus routs: 192, 298 and night line 602.
ul. Kpt. M. Medweckiego 1
tel.: +48 801 055 000
Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport
It is an airport operating Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot (Tricity), as well as Pomorze area. Located 10 km west from Gdansk center, near Rębiechowo village. In a close distance from the airport there is a Tricity’s bypass. Rout between airport and Gdańsk Central Railway Station is serviced by 210, 510 and night bus N3. Whereas rout between railway station and airport is serviced by bus number 110.
ul. Słowackiego 200
tel.: +48 (58) 348 11 63
Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport
International airport, located 3 km to Bydgoszcz centre, known as Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo Airport. Terminals’ area covers 7 thousand square meters and is visited by 500 thousand people every year. There are 7 check-in desks. Access to the airport is serviced by bus route 80.
Al. Jana Pawła II 158
tel.: +48 52 365-47-00
Katowice International Airport
Located near Pyrzowice town, about 30 km north from Katowice. It is situated on the borderland of the two districts: tarnogórski and będziński. There are two passenger terminals of total capacity exceeding 3.6 millions of passengers every year. Main road leading to the airport is an expressway S1. This road will be connected with motorway A1 by a junction, which is currently under construction. Routes 85 and 53 provide transport to Bytom, while Airport Bus is servicing the rout to Katowice. There is also a possibility to get to Tarnowskie Góry, Zawiercie and Częstochowa.
ul. Wolności 90
tel: +48 32 39 27 200
Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport
International airport located 6 km from the Łódź centre. It works continuously from September 1925. There is a large parking area, where first 30 minutes of parking are free of charge. Convenient localization enables 10 minute access to the Łódź main street –Piotrkowska. Airport route is serviced by bus lines 55 and 65, as well as special AIRPORT BUS.
ul. Gen. S. Maczka 35
tel.:+48 42 683 52 55
One of the oldest polish airports, located 7 km west from Poznań. It serves almost 1,5 million passengers every year. There is a direct connection from the airport serviced by three bus lines: 59, L and night line 242. Taxi rank is located in front of arrivals.
ul. Bukowska 285
tel.: +48 61 849 23 43
International airport located 10 km from Rzeszów centre, near Jasionka village. There are two nearby roads: Rzeszów-Lublin and Rzeszów-Radom and plans for two more: motorway A4 and expressway S19. City-airport route is serviced by bus line L going towards Central Railway Station.
tel.: +48 17 852-00-81
Szczecin-Goleniów NSZZ Solidarność Airport
Located 33 km north- east from Szczecin centre, next to road number 6. Its range covers about 1.6 millions of passengers. There is a possibility of access to the city by a special LOT buses, microbuses and trains located 7 km from the airport.
tel.: +48 91 481-74-00