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Airports in Poland , Airlines in Poland

Poland is a country that can find its mention in a large part of world history.

It was defeated many times in battle, but is shaking off its past history to become a very powerful country in the present times.

The Poland International airports are the centers for the international tourists. The Polish airports are located in the cities of Krakow and Warsaw. These airports receive both commercial as well as cheap flights to Poland. The airport is well-maintained and clean.

The security services are perfect and do not leave any room for complaints. They check all the baggage and each individual.The Krakow International Airport is also known as the John Paul II International Airport and its code is KRK.

List of Top Airports in Poland
Bydgoszcz I. J. Paderewski Airport (BZG) Czestochowa (CZW) Lech Walesa (GDN)
Pyrzowice (KTW) Koszalin (OSZ) John Paul II Balice International (KRK)
Lodz Lublinek (LCJ) Lawica (POZ) Jasionka (RZE)
Redzikowo (OSP) Goleniow (SZZ) Mazury (SZY)
Frederic Chopin (WAW) Copernicus Airport (WRO) Babimost (IEG)

This airport in Poland is located at a distance of 11 kilometers to the west of the city Krakow. There are bus services connecting the city to the airport. Taxis are also available for this purpose. There is also a train station near this airport that offer trains once in every half an hour. This airport is one of the destinations for cheap flights to Poland.

Facilities such as banks, ATMs, bar, restaurants, car rentals, duty free shops and hotel reservations are available.Warsaw Airport is another important airport in Poland. It is known as the Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport and its code is WAW. This airport is located at a distance of 6 miles from the city of Warsaw in its northwest direction.

There are municipal bus lines to the airport from the city. Facilities such as ATMs, a post office, hotel reservations and banks are present in this Poland international airport. Most of the international flights arrive at this airport. The other airports are in Katowice, Wroclaw and Gdansk Lech Walesa.

The airlines that serve Poland are Aeroflot, Alitalia, Air France, British Airways, Easy Jet, Malev, Lufthansa, KLM, German Wings, Central Airways and Central Wings.

Airport Hotels in Poland
Gdansk Krakow Poznan
Warsaw Wroclaw