Poland approves plan for $9.6 billion central airportStaff Writer | November 8, 2017
Poland will build central airport for as much as 35 billion zloty ($9.6 billion) by 2027.
Air travel Polish airports serviced 34 million passengers
Polish airports serviced 34 million passengers in 2016, an increase of 11 percent from a year earlier.
The nation’s air traffic is projected to reach 94 million by 2035, the government said. Poland is also seeking to strengthen trade links with China, marketing itself as a port of entry into the EU’s single market for the Asian country’s producers.
Poland has invested at least 5.8 billion zloty to upgrade airports between 2007 and 2015, with 40 percent of the funds coming from the EU. ■