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Charter traffic on rise at Warsaw Chopin

Warsaw's Chopin Airport handled 1,064,000 charter passengers from May to September 2014, an 18% rise on the same period a year ago.

The most visited countries were Greece (28% share in the total number of charter passengers), followed by Turkey (19%), Spain (15%), Egypt (11%), Tunisia (5%) and Bulgaria (5%).

Top destinations included Antalya (118,000 passengers), Rhodes (62,000), Hurghada (55,000), Heraklion (55,000) and Bodrum (44,000).  

Charter flights to destinations in Greece recorded the biggest growth, soaring by 39% year-on-year.

The five major charter airlines in terms of the number of passengers carried at Chopin in the period from May to September 2014 were: Enter Air (338,000 travellers), Travel Service (253,000), Small Planet (171,000), Travel Service Polska (94,000) and Eurolot (44,000).

The peak of the season was August, when the number of charter passengers totalled 259,000.


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