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Warsaw Euro 2012 flight information

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Warsaw is served by the Frederic Chopin International Airport, 10kms south west of the city centre. The airport is Poland’s largest, handling well over half of the country’s air traffic.

Frederic Chopin International Airport

Airlines and flights flying to Warsaw include Air Lingus from Cork and Dublin, Air Europa from Madrid, Air France from Paris, Austrian Airlines from Vienna, British Airways from London Gatwick and Heathrow and KLM from Amsterdam. Central wings fly to Warsaw from numerous locations in the UK and Europe while Polish Airlines cover most important European destinations.

A cheap, regular bus service runs from the airport to the city centre and will take around 20 minutes. If you want to travel in a little more style, there are always plenty of taxis outside the airport terminal - and they are reasonably priced too – although you will save money if you pre-book your taxi.

A second airport is planned for late 2009/early 2010 to take some of the strain off the Frederic Chopin airport. The new complex will be located 40 kms north of Warsaw in Modlin and there are plans to service low-cost airlines and charter flights from here. The airport has been a work in progress for many years now with the completion date repeatedly put back. However, the airport should be in place to carry Euro 2012 tourists and football fans to Warsaw for the tournament.

 

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