According to the forecast, the positive trend should persist in the coming months. In the summer season, until July 2018, Warsaw Chopin Airport will have eight new regular routes (122 altogether) - to Bordeaux (Wizz Air), as well as Nuremberg, Kaunas, Skopje, Hanover, Zaporizhia, Singapore and Dubrovnik. The last seven new routes will be offered by LOT and will provide convenient transfers on all of its network available from Warsaw Chopin Airport.
There will also be nine new charter flights (total of 77): Djerba, Limnos, Gazipasa, Constanţa, Monastyr, Ohrid, Pisa, Reus and Seville.
- Warsaw Chopin Airport does not slow down the pace of development. Our airport is consistently strengthening its position as a leader in the region - says Hubert Wojciechowski, Director of Marketing and PR Office at Warsaw Chopin Airport. - In the period January-March, the number of passengers handled has increased by nearly 15 percent compared to 2017, and the share of transit passengers is approaching 30 percent. This confirms the dynamically growing transfer potential of the Central and Eastern Europe region and the need to build a large hub in this part of Europe - adds Hubert Wojciechowski.