Record September for Warsaw’s Chopin Airport
- New Europe Investor
- October 20, 2016
Warsaw’s primary airport, Chopin, saw record numbers of passenger for September with 1.3 million people passing through in the month.
The number represents an increase of 15% from the previous year, and brings a total of 12 million passengers for the year to date in 2016.
The numbers have been boosted by an increase in routes at the airport with more expected before the end of the year.
Poland’s national carrier recently opened a direct route to Tokyo, with direct flights to Los Angeles and Seoul coming later in the year, along with an increase in services to New York.
Warsaw’s second airport Modlin, which is only serviced by low cost carrier Ryanair, is also experiencing record numbers with propositions to expand the airport constantly in discussion.