You can find on this page the Poland airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of Poland airport presents details of location and international airports of Poland in Europe.

Map of Poland airports

Map of Poland airports

The Poland airports map shows location of airports in Poland. This airports map of Poland will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Poland in Europe. The Poland international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The most important airport in Poland is Warsaw 'Frederic Chopin' International Airport. Warsaw airport is the main international hub for LOT Polish Airlines and currently serves as the destination for around 75% of all major international flights into Poland as its mentioned in the map of Poland airports. With the development, and upcoming privatisation of LOT in 2011, the airport is hoping to see yet more routes opened to destinations around the globe. In addition to Warsaw Chopin, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Kraków and Poznań all have major international airports.

The regional airports of Poland were mostly serving as spokes, and were controlled by PPL, state-owned airport authority as you can see in the map of Poland airports. However, in the 90-ties it was decided to deregulate the airport market and abolish the dominant position of state-owned airport manager, PPL. Nearly all local airports, apart from Zielona Góra airport, became separate companies, with local governments involved in their management, what led to the partial decentralisation. Soon after opening of Polish sky for competition flights “avoiding” the Warsaw hub became more often.

In preparation for the Euro 2012 football championships being jointly hosted by Poland and Ukraine, a number of airports around Poland will be renovated and redeveloped. This includes the building of state of the art new terminals with an increased number of jetways and stands at both Copernicus Airport in Wrocław and Lech Wałęsa Airport in Gdańsk. There are currently 12 passenger airports in operation as its shown in the map of Poland airports, and there is also an airport Heringsdorf in German village Garz, 7 kilometers from polish seaside spa Świnoujście.