Despite the end of the holiday season peak, the popularity of flights from the Warsaw Chopin Airport is not decreasing. In September, as in the previous month, the airport handled 24 percent more passengers than in the same period of last year.
Warsaw Chopin Airport closer and closer to last year's record
In September this year 1.65 million people were handled at the Chopin Airport. In the first three quarters of 2017, 12.05 million passengers were handled at the airport, an increase of 24.5%.

Between January and September 2017, 10.42 million passengers were traveling in international traffic (an increase of about 20%) and in domestic traffic - 1.62 million (68% more). Currently one in four passengers uses the Chopin Airport as a transit point.

"The observed increase is mainly due to the greater number and frequency of connections, larger aircraft performing flights and higher load factor. It is also a result of greater interest of Poles in spending their holidays abroad," says Hubert Wojciechowski, director of the Marketing and PR Office of Warsaw Chopin Airport. "We are delighted that such a large number of passengers treat our airport as a hub," he adds.

In September, Warsaw Chopin Airport introduced important and practical changes for passengers - free drinking water and telephones, which allow making free calls to national fixed and mobile numbers.