List of airports in Poland

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This is a list of airports in Poland, sorted by location, IATA and ICAO airport codes, passenger traffic and runway surface.

Airports with commercial passenger service[edit]

City Served Voivodeship Location ICAO IATA Airport name Passengers
(2015)
Official website
Warsaw Masovian Okęcie EPWA WAW Warsaw Chopin Airport 11,206,700 www.lotnisko-chopina.pl
Kraków Lesser Poland Balice EPKK KRK John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice 4,221,171 www.krakowairport.pl
Gdańsk (Tricity) Pomeranian Rębiechowo EPGD GDN Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport 3,706,180[1] www.airport.gdansk.pl
Katowice Silesian Pyrzowice EPKT KTW Katowice International Airport 3,069,279[2] www.katowice-airport.com
Warsaw Masovian Modlin EPMO WMI Warsaw-Modlin Airport 2,588,175 www.modlinairport.pl
Wrocław Lower Silesian Strachowice EPWR WRO Wrocław-Copernicus Airport 2,320,000[3] www.airport.wroclaw.pl
Poznań Greater Poland Jeżyce EPPO POZ Poznań–Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport 1,500,918[4] www.airport-poznan.com.pl
Rzeszów Subcarpathian Jasionka EPRZ RZE Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport 645,214[5] www.rzeszowairport.pl
Szczecin West Pomeranian Goleniów EPSC SZZ "Solidarity" Szczecin-Goleniów Airport 412,547[6] www.airport.com.pl
Bydgoszcz Kuyavian-Pomeranian Szwederowo EPBY BZG Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport 341,079[7] www.plb.pl
Łódź Łódzkie Lublinek EPLL LCJ Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport 287,628[8] www.airport.lodz.pl
Lublin Lublin Świdnik EPLB LUZ Lublin Airport 265,111[9] www.airport.lublin.pl
Zielona Góra Lubusz Babimost EPZG IEG Zielona Góra-Babimost Airport 17,111[10] www.lotnisko.lubuskie.pl
Radom Masovian Sadków EPRA RDO Radom Airport 670 www.lotnisko-radom.eu
Olsztyn Warmian-Masurian Szymany EPSY SZY Olsztyn-Mazury Regional Airport 0 www.szymanyairport.pl
Total 30,481,783

Defunct passenger airports[edit]

Airports that served commercial passenger traffic in the past.

Białystok-Krywlany In 1945, LOT Polish Airlines launched a scheduled route to Warsaw. This service was quickly discontinued.[11]
Częstochowa-Rudniki In 1983, LOT operated scheduled service for just one season.[12]
Gdańsk-Wrzeszcz Operated as a civil airport until the opening of the new airport in Rębiechowo in 1974.[13]
Gdynia-Rumia-Zagórze Scheduled service operated by LOT from 1935 to 1939.[14]
Katowice-Muchowiec Scheduled service operatedby LOT from 1929 to 1958.[15]
Koszalin-Zegrze Pomorskie Scheduled and charter service operated by LOT from 1965 to 1991. At its peak, the airport handled 80,000 passengers annually.[16]
Kraków-Rakowice-Czyżyny Operated as a civil airport from 1924 until the relocation of the passenger service to Balice in 1963.[17]
Olsztyn-Dajtki Scheduled service served by Lufthansa (from 1926 to 1939) and LOT (after World War II).[18]
Słupsk-Redzikowo From 1920 to early 1930s served by German passenger airlines. From 1975 to early 1990s served by LOT.[19]
Szczecin-Dąbie Passenger flights served from 1921 to 1939. At its peak, the airport had direct and indirect connections with 70 cities in Europe. After World War II, served by Polish airlines until 1968.[20]
Warsaw-Mokotów Served civil passenger traffic from 1920 until the opening of Okęcie Airport in 1934.[21]
Wrocław-Gądów Mały Scheduled flights operated from 1921 to 1942 and, after World War II, from 1946 until the relocation of all passenger service to Strachowice Airport in 1958.[22]
Polish airports in the territories that belonged to Poland before World War II
Lwów-Lewandówka Passenger flights launched in 1922 and were served by Aero, Aerolloyd/Aerolot and LOT Polish Airlines. Closed in 1929.[23]
Lwów-Skniłów Established in 1922. Currently located within the borders of Ukraine (see Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport).
Wilno-Porubanek Established in 1932. Currently located within the borders of Lithuania (see Vilnius Airport).
German airports currently within the borders of Poland that have served passenger traffic only before World War II
Elbląg (German: Elbing) Opened in 1915. Operated routes to Gdańsk, Szczecin, Königsberg and Moscow, among others.[24]
Gliwice-Trynek (German: Gleiwitz-Trinneck) Scheduled service began in 1925. Operated routes to many cities in Germany, as well as international destinations like Constantinople.[25]
Gubin (German: Guben) Since 1929 regular connections to Szczecin, Dresden, Nuremberg, Frankfurt (Oder) and Cottbus, among others.[26]
Jelenia Góra (German: Hirschberg) Established in 1927. Before World War II served routes to most major German cities.[27]
Malbork (German: Marienburg) From 1926 to 1934, the airport served seasonal routes to Berlin, Szczecin, Słupsk, Gdańsk, Elbląg, Olsztyn and Königsberg.[28]
Nysa-Radzikowice (German: Neiße-Stephansdorf) From 1927 to 1939, offered passenger flights to Gliwice, Görlitz, Jelenia Góra and Berlin.[29]
Piła (German: Schneidemühe) In 1919, a route Berlin–Piła–Gdańsk–Königsberg was launched, however the service proved to be unprofitable and was very quickly abandoned.[30]
Słupsk-Krzekowo (German: Stolp-Kreckow) From 1920 to 1927, served scheduled connections to Berlin, Gdańsk, Riga, Kaunas and Königsberg.[31]

Airports with paved runways[edit]

Airports with unpaved runways[edit]

Highway strips[edit]

Locations[edit]

Map of Polish airports

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.airport.gdansk.pl/airport/statistic
  2. ^ https://www.katowice-airport.com/en/airport/statistical-comparison
  3. ^ http://airport.wroclaw.pl/en/airport/about-the-airport/traffic-statistics/year-2012/
  4. ^ http://www.airport-poznan.com.pl/en/airport/air-traffic
  5. ^ http://www.rzeszowairport.pl/en/airport/traffic-statistics/passenger-traffic
  6. ^ http://www.airport.com.pl/en/business/statistics/charts/
  7. ^ http://plb.pl/pl/contents/57
  8. ^ http://lotnisko.lodz.pl/en/statistics.html#tab7
  9. ^ http://www.airport.lublin.pl/en/lotnisko/statystyki.html
  10. ^ http://lotnisko.lubuskie.pl/index.php?strona=statystyki
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  23. ^ Karol Placha Hetman (26 October 2015). "Lotniska Lwowa: Lewandówka i Skniłów" (in Polish). Polot.net. Retrieved 25 November 2015. 
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  28. ^ Jacek Kmieć (10 March 2010). "O lotniskach w Malborku" (in Polish). starymalbork.blogspot.com. Retrieved 9 December 2015. 
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