Warsaw Chopin Airport

Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)

Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) has hit the right notes ever since it took on the composer’s name in 2001. Poland’s EU accession and the opening of a temporary passenger terminal in 2005 allowed low-cost carriers to link Warsaw with major European hubs. Warsaw’s air passenger traffic accounts for 48% of the country’s total. From Warsaw Chopin Airport to the City; You can get to the city centre by bus or train. You can reach the city center in 20-25 minutes under normal conditions by choosing the train or bus.