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Poland to Move Forward with $9.6 Billion Airport Plans

Poland to Move Forward with $9.6 Billion Airport Plans
Ryan Boyd

By 2027, Poland will have realized its plans for a national airport – a project to the tune of 35 billion zloty (about $9.6 billion). The airport, which is slated to be located in between Lodz and Warsaw, will have the potential of serving up to 100 million annual flyers. According to the Polish government, annual air traffic could reach as much as 94 million by 2035.

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  1. MaxVO

    MaxVO

    November 9, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    Good idea, and very convenient for travelers. Thanks, EU taxpayers!

  2. FlyDonkey

    November 11, 2017 at 9:09 am

    This is necessery move for Poland and well argumented due to the vast passenger growth. PS – Look at FlyDonkey.pl – Let’s share together our notes from air travels!

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