Warsaw Chopin Airport's new airport hotel has opened for business.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport has opened its new central and south piers, increasing the terminal’s capacity by an extra 18,300sqm to 148,000sqm in total.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport handled more than 21,000 tonnes of cargo in the first six months of 2011 – up 13.5% on a year earlier.
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport has installed three new smoking rooms for passengers within the terminal building, to “improve the travel experience” for smokers and non-smoker alike.
Chopin Airport’s newly built south pier was turned into a catwalk during its unveiling ceremony yesterday, as the gateway played host to the Polish fashion world.
Warsaw Chopin Airport is on target to complete the bulk of its preparations for next year’s UEFA European Football Championships this summer.
Warsaw Chopin Airport handled more than 8.7 million passengers and nearly 140,000 aircraft movements in 2010.
Warsaw Chopin Airport has confirmed that it will open a five-star Marriott Renaissance hotel in 2013.
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