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Charter a private jet from or to Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)

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Time
Passengers

Adults

16+ years

Children

2-15 years

Intants

Under 2 years

Pets

Small

Under 8 kilos

Large

Over 8 kilos

Layer 1
Luggage

Carry On

22cm x 35cm x 56cm

Hold Luggage

63cm x 36cm x 21cm

Skis

127cm x 30cm x 25cm

Golf Bags

203cm x 25cm x 25cm

Others

Summary - Airport Information

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Warsaw Chopin Airport is located 5 miles south of the centre of Warsaw, Poland, and within easy reach of the city’s cultural and historical sites. Your driver can get you to the centre of Warsaw in around 15 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you Krakow in just a short flight.

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How to charter a private flight from Warsaw Chopin Airport?

Warsaw Chopin Airport is located in the Włochy district of Warsaw, which is situated in the eastern side of Poland, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. The airport has a General Aviation Terminal with a range of facilities and services available to private flight passengers. Warsaw Chopin Airport is Poland’s largest and busiest airport.

For private jet charter to or from Warsaw Chopin Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

Facts

Does Warsaw Chopin Airport have private jets?

Yes, Warsaw Chopin Airport supports private jets.

Warsaw Chopin Airport Facts

Warsaw Chopin Airport has 2 runways (11/29 and 15/33). The airport handles around 18 million passengers every year.

IATA: WAW ICAO: EPWA Country: Poland Latitude: 52-09-56.70N Longitude: 020-58-01.64E Timezone: Europe/Warsaw Runway Length: 2800 metres and 3690 metres Tarmac Access: No Slot Restriction: Yes

For private jet hire to or from Warsaw Chopin Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

History

The airport opened in 1934 to replace a previous aerodrome that could no longer be expanded. The airport expanded very quickly in its early years, with a large modern terminal building and its size was also an excellent base for the Polish military. During World War II, the airport was seized by the German Army and was also completely destroyed in the initial stages of the war. The Germans used the field as a training centre and an aircraft repair works. The buildings were intentionally destroyed at the end of the war by the retreating German Army. After the war, civilian flights resumed and a new terminal and runway were built. Another new terminal was added in 1969. Various further developments have since occured. The airport was renamed in 2001 after Polish composer Frédéric Chopin.

To book a private jet to or from Warsaw Chopin Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

Facilities

What facilities are available at Warsaw Chopin Airport?

For aircraft, services provided include refueling, aircraft handling and luggage. Warsaw Chopin Airport is open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. For passengers and crew, services include comfortably equipped lounges with daily international newspapers. Ground handling agents are on-site to deal with border and customs formalities. PC’s are available for business users with internet access. Fast security and passport control adds an additional level of convenience. For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 10 hotels are conveniently located near to Warsaw Chopin Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to Warsaw, it is also within a short distance of the borders with Belarus and Ukraine.

For private jet charter to or from Warsaw Chopin Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

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