Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is the biggest international airport located Poland. On 1934, the airport was opened, which from then on took over the handling of traffic from the former civilian aerodrome at Pole Mokotowskie. Nowadays the aerodrome has become a modern european airport serving over 15 million passengers per year. It is located in the Warsaw district of Włochy, approximately 8 km southwest of the center of Warsaw.
After 2001 the airport was named after Fryderyk Chopin, before it was the military airport Warsaw-Okęcie. This name, however, didn't take on, but the most of passengers are still flying "from Okecie".
Warsaw-Chopin serves scheduled, charter and cargo flights. Information about the traffic at Warsaw-ChopinAirport (2000-2017) see below.
Warsaw-Chopin provides higher standard of comfort for travellers with a new airport's terminal from March 2008. The new terminal replaces the old building and creates a unitary whole with the terminal part used so far (Sector C, D and E).
Also for passengers Warsaw Chopin is connected to the underground railway station under the terminal.
Address: 1, Żwirki i Wigury street, Warsaw, Poland
Postcode: 00 906
Phone: +48 226 504 220 - for travellers, +48 226 501 111 - for information
Official Website: www.lotnisko-chopina.pl