In May, Warsaw Chopin Airport has handled 1.32 million passengers - 22 percent more than in the same period of last year.
Two-digit growth in traffic in May
After five months of 2017, over 5.46 million passengers were handled by the Warsaw airport - 26 percent more compared to 2016. Currently the most popular route in regular traffic is London and in charter traffic - the Canary Islands.

In the first months of this year freight traffic has also increased dynamically. Between January and May more than 32 000 tons of cargo were handled - almost 22 percent more than a year ago.


Warsaw Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland. In 2016, the port handled 12.8 million passengers –14.4 percent more than in 2015. The airport is managed by the “Polish Airports” State Enterprise, which employs more than 1.5 thousand people.