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Warsaw Chopin on target for record breaking year

Warsaw Chopin is on target to handle a record breaking eleven million passengers in 2015 after a healthy 6.1% upturn in throughput during the year to date.

A total of 10.5 million passengers passed through the gateway in the 11 months ending November 30, just a few thousand short of the figure for the whole of 2014.

The upturn has been driven by a 7.4% rise in international traffic, which has accounted for 9.3 million passengers in the year-to-date, while the number of people travelling on domestic services has fallen by 3.5% to just over 1mppa.

Passenger numbers have grown on a monthy basis since Warsaw Chopin opened its modernised Terminal A in May, and according to the gateway this trend "will continue in the coming years".

"We already know that we will set an absolute record for 2015 calendar year, for the first time in history, crossing the 11 million passengers per annum milestone," says Radoslaw Paruzel, deputy director of Chopin Airport.

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