Port Lotniczy Słupsk
|IATA: none – ICAO: EPSK|
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Słupsk-Redzikowo Airport (ICAO: EPSK) is a disused civil airport in Słupsk (100,000 inhabitants), northern Poland. Its airport in Słupsk-Redzikowo, that has a 7,200-foot-long runway, and a record of serving domestic flights to the popular seaside destination close to the Baltic sea. In the 1980s there were scheduled flights to Warsaw and Koszalin, and before the World War II, even to Berlin. It covers approximately 2.5 million people in its catchment area, and many popular seaside resorts. Słupsk participates in the "DEAR" project, that supports the local authorities trying to revive its airports.
Before World War II there were regular flight connections to:
After the second World War:
- Warszawa (Warsaw)
In the early 1990s there were regular connections to:
There exists a railroad line to the terminal that can be used for passenger service.
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Airlines and destinations
Routes in the past: Warsaw, Berlin, Kaliningrad.
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