Warsaw Chopin Airport October traffic results

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During the first ten months of 2017, more passengers have been handled at Warsaw Chopin Airport than in the whole of last year. At the end of October, 13,480,000 passengers travelled through Warsaw airport. That's over 24% more than in the same period of the previous year, and over 5% more than the full-year result for 2016.

In October, about 1,430,000 people were handled at Warsaw Chopin Airport, which means almost 24 percent increase compared to October 2016. Since the beginning of the year, 11,650,000 people travelled in the international traffic (an increase by 20%), and in domestic traffic 1,830,000 (an increase by 64%).

“We are very pleased with the high level of passenger traffic at our airport. This means that Warsaw is perceived by an increasing number of people as an attractive hub," says Hubert Wojciechowski, Director of the Marketing and PR Bureau of Chopin Airports. "At the end of October, a new winter schedule was introduced. We expect that in December we will exceed the level of 15 million passengers.”

There are new connections in the winter schedule: on December 4th, PLL LOT will start flights to Berlin, from 14th December there will be a Qatar Airways' second daily rotation to Doha. Four seasonal regular winter connections are being restored: Eljat Ovda, Grenoble, Turin and Verona (all by Wizzair). On December 18th, Ural Airlines plans to launch a new route - Warsaw-Moscow Domodedovo, five times a week. It will also be a new carrier in Warsaw.

On top of that, the airport operates seasonal charter flights, including 15 long-haul routes to: i.a., Bangkok, Zanzibar, Mauritius, Montego Bay in Jamaica, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic, Santa Clara in Cuba, Cancun in Mexico, and new connections to Rio De Janeiro and Panama.

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