Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) is located in the Wlochy district of Warsaw, Poland. This airport is one of Poland s busiest and handles under 40% of the country s air passenger traffic with more than 300 flights scheduled each day.
Once known as Warsaw-Okecie Airort, the facility displayed the name of its Okecie neighborhood for many years until the name was changed in 2001 to honor former Warsaw resident and Polish composer Frederic Chopin.
Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) has two intersecting runways that allow for up to 34 passenger operations per hour when combined with the available taxiways. There is one single terminal that is divided into five check-in areas in two main halls. There are 45 passenger gates, 27 of which are equipped with jetways.
The South Hall of Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) is where you can find check-in areas A and B. The North Hall contains check-in areas C, D, and E. As of August 2014, WAW was one of the first European airports to offer free unlimited WiFi to all visitors and passengers to Terminal A.
As the capital of Poland, Warsaw has plenty to offer the business traveler and sightseer. Saxon Park is the oldest public park in Warsaw and the Baroque Ostrogski Palace is a must-see.
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