Poznan Airport Terminal of Poznan Airport | © Łukasz Poznań / Wikimedia
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Poznań-Ławica Airport

Founded in 1913, the airport of Poznań is one of the oldest airports of the country. It is located  in Ławica, approximately 15 minutes west of the city center. With close to 1 million passangers and over 12 thousand aircraft movements, Poznań-Ławica Airport was the 6th largest airport of Poland in 2007. The airport is officially named after the 19th century musician Henryk Wieniawski.

Destinations from Poznań-Ławica Airport

 Country Airport Airline
  Bulgaria Burgas Wizz Air
  Croatia   Dubrovnik Eurolot
Zadar Eurolot
  Denmark Copenhagen SAS Scandinavian Airlines
  France Paris-Beauvais Wizz Air
  Germany Düsseldorf Germanwings
Frankfurt Lufthansa
Munich Lufthansa
  Ireland Dublin Ryanair
  Italy Milan-Bergamo Wizz Air
Rome-Ciampino Ryanair
  Norway   Oslo-Rygge Ryanair
Sandefjord-Torp Wizz Air
  Poland Warsaw-Chopin LOT Polish Airlines
  Spain   Girona Ryanair
Palma de Mallorca Ryanair
  Sweden Stockholm-Skavsta Wizz Air
  United Kingdom Bristol Ryanair
Doncaster/Sheffield Wizz Air
Edinburgh Ryanair
Liverpool Ryanair
London-Luton Wizz Air
London-Stansted Ryanair

Getting to and from Poznan Airport

Getting to Poznan Aiport by car

The airport of Poznan is located 7 kilometers west of the city center. A drive from the town to the airport should take you approximately 15 minutes. Within the same amount of time, you are also able to reach the A2 motoroway, which runs from the German border to Warsaw. To head north, you can take road numer 11 to Pila and Koszalin.

Getting to Poznan Aiport by public transport

To reach the city center of Poznan, you can choose out of 4 buslines. Express Line L leaves every half hour and brings you in less than 20 minutes to the main train station of Poznan. At night you can take busline 242. Also line 48 and 59 will bring you to the city center.