Information on Airports in Poland
Poland’s largest and busiest airport is Warsaw Chopin Airport, linking Poland’s capital to major international and domestic destinations worldwide. The airport is reached by car via the Zwirki I Wigury Avenue, leading out of Warsaw. A rail connection opened in mid-2012, connecting the airport with the Warsaw metro system. There is also a bus service running from bus stops outside the arrivals hall. MZA busses 175 and 188 serve central Warsaw including the train station and the Old Town. The journey is about 30 minutes and the fare is about zł2.60 (US$0.78), while a night bus, the N32, provides a link to the central railway station overnight.
There is a bank on the departures level, and another on the mezzanine floor, while Bureaux de Change and ATMs are located in both the Arrivals and Departures areas. A post office is available in the Departures hall and wireless internet is available. The airport offer several restaurants at Warsaw Chopin Airport, which serves both Polish and international cuisine.
Duty-free shopping is available and there are also newsagents, souvenir retailers and designer outlets. The airport is wheelchair-accessible, with free parking for disabled passengers, and trained first aiders are on hand to assist passengers unable to access the mezzanine level of the airport. Warsaw Chopin Airport additionally offers a medical centre, mother and baby rooms, a chapel and an observation deck. There are also a number of travel agencies are also represented in the concourse.
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