Talk:John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice
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Airlines & Destinations
So although I'm not familiar with how to create tables, something went wrong and the Airlines & Destinations table is all messed up. Additionally, the top destinations should have the city, then the country. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 04:35, 9 January 2013 (UTC)
One question about the second paragraph: It says Ryanair wanted to start service from "this" airport. I just want to clarify, they wanted to start from John Paul II, not from Warsaw, right? -- Ortonmc 16:09, 17 Sep 2003 (UTC)
OK, another question. :-) Is the military airbase still in use, or would it be better described as "former military airbase"? -- Ortonmc 16:11, 17 Sep 2003 (UTC)
- Yes, "this" mean Krakow airport. The second question: yes, this military airbase is still in use. The "first" airport was also opened on the area of this base. The "second" one - planned to be open 2004 - will also use some area of this base. But Polish army will still use the rest of the airbase. It was said that the American army was planning to develop this airbase as a NATO airbase, but it's only a gossip and totally different story. Thank you for the help Ortonmc!!! Slawojarek, 12:22, 19 Sep 2003 (CEST)
- The location where the shuttle train from Krakow terminates can hardly be called a station. It's just a rough platform, without even a shelter or a ticket office or any other structure. It should be called a stop until it deserves anything better.
- The '200m walk from the station' is a piece of airport propaganda. Yes, it would be 200 metres if you climbed across two (or more) fences. For the less physically able and/or daring it's at least twice the distance.
--Jotel 07:16, 19 July 2007 (UTC)
- Ryanair will have 20 rotes from the airport. Well this's been a simple "u" missing for some time. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mallitch (talk • contribs) 19:56, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
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