Behind us is another, very good period in the history of Warsaw Chopin Airport. In the first half of 2018, the Warsaw airport has handled 8 million passengers. Compared with the same period of last year, it is a number larger by 14.8 percent (from January to June 2017 almost 7 million people travelled through the airport).
8 million passengers in the first half of 2018
In June, approximately 1.7 million travelers were handled at Chopin Airport. Since the beginning of the year, more than 7 million people have used the services of the capital airport in international traffic (an increase of 20.3 per cent), and domestic traffic of 820 thousand. These data show, among others, that the position of the Warsaw airport as an attractive transfer point in this part of Europe is constantly increasing.

- Our port 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 January-June period, 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 hub potential of the region of Central and Eastern Europe - adds Hubert Wojciechowski.

In the first half of 2018 Warsaw Chopin Airport added seven new destinations to its offer - to Bordeaux, Dubrovnik, Hanover, Nuremberg, Kaunas, Skopje and Singapore.

The latter is very important from the point of view of traffic to Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

The new routes to Hanover and Nuremberg complement the already extensive network of connections with Germany. From the Warsaw airport, you can also travel directly to Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Berlin.

In mid-2018, Warsaw Chopin Airport offers its passengers 123 regular routes to 52 countries by 33 carriers. Adding also charter flights from the capital airport, you can fly in 178. directions.