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Flying to Warsaw

Warsaw can be reached via two international airports:

The main airport serving the city is Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport located just 10 kilometres from the city centre. With around 100 international and domestic flights a day and with 17.750.000 passengers served in 2018, Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport is by far the biggest airport in Poland and in Central-Eastern Europe.?

Warsaw-Modlin Airport, located 35 kilometres?to the north, opened in July 2012. With more than 3.000.000 passengers served in 2018, it is the fifth busiest airport in Poland, currently exclusively served by Ryanair.


Transport from Warsaw's airports to the city centre
Transport from Warsaw's airports to the city centre
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