Airports in Warsaw
Situated a short drive from the centre of town, Warsaw Chopin Airport is Poland's busiest airport and handles just under nine million passengers each year. It's relatively easy to book flights to Warsaw as EuroLOT and LOT Poland Airlines use the airport as a regional hub.
Warsaw Airport has plenty of restaurants and shopping
opportunities as well as business lounges. Warsaw Chopin Airport
has plenty of public transport options for passengers arriving or
departing from the airport. It also has an observation deck, which
is popular with kids and adults alike, and a great way to spend any
extra time you have at the airport.
The airport is situated six miles (10km) south west of Warsaw.
Getting to the city
Municipal bus lines (No 175 and 188) operate daily from 4.40am to 11pm ferrying commuters to Warsaw city centre and the right riverbank. Journey time is 30 minutes and a single daytime ticket costs 2.40 zl. Tickets are available in the 'Ruch' kiosks and at Tourist Information in the Departures Hall. Some hotels provide a shuttle bus service to and from the hotel on request and a taxi stand is located in front of the Arrivals Hall. The Polski Express bus provides connections to the biggest polish towns. The bus stop is on the Arrivals Hall level of Terminal 2.
Local time is GMT +1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October).
Tel: +48 (22) 650 4220.
Warsaw Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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