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For those who remember the old terminal, it is clear that the opening of the new terminal has been a major qualitative change for Wroclaw Airport. After 29 months of construction, the completed facility is one of the most modern in the country.

Twelve years ago, the terminal was opened with great hopes and dreams. Since then, the modern facility has become a window to the world not only for the people of Wroclaw and Lower Silesia, but also for passengers from all over the country who want to use our connections. I believe that last year, which ended with a record number of travellers, was a harbinger of many years of further development of the airport and unforgettable journeys for our passengers.
Cezary Pacamaj, President of Wroclaw Airport


Wroclaw Airport continues to grow

To stand still is to go backwards, so in order to keep up with the growing number of passengers and flights, Wroclaw Airport must continue to develop. A new hotel is being built, and soon work will begin on expanding the port area and, in the next stage, the terminal. The total investment amounts to 350 million PLN.

Our investment plan includes both the creation of new infrastructure elements and the adaptation of existing facilities to the forthcoming changes. The largest expansion of the operational zone in Polish aviation will include, among other things, the construction of a new taxiway parallel to the runway, an aircraft parking apron and the construction of an aircraft de-icing facility. This will increase the port's capacity and minimize the risk of flight schedule changes. The terminal will also be expanded by five new modules in the coming years, and all these investments will allow the airport to handle up to 10 million passengers a year.
Przemysław Myszakowski, Vice President of Wroclaw Airport


Wroclaw Airport on track for another record year

Last year was the best in the history of Wroclaw Airport. The airport handled almost 4 million passengers, exceeding the pre-pandemic record by 16 percent.

The first international flights from Wroclaw were launched more than 30 years ago, and in the last decade, thanks to the new terminal, the number of flights from the capital of Lower Silesia has grown particularly rapidly. Last year, passengers were able to take advantage of flights to 30 countries, with new destinations such as Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and charter flights to Kenya. At the beginning of April, the long-awaited Finland will be added to the schedule. Seasonal connections and flights to Denmark and Norway will also return.
Karol Przywara, Vice President of Wroclaw Airport

The airport's performance in 2024 could be even better. In the first two months, Wroclaw Airport improved its results for January and February compared to last year. If the current trend continues, the airport will surpass last year's results and could approach the 4.5 million passenger mark.