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Chopin Airport passenger figures dramatically down in January

The number of passengers at Warsaw’s Chopin airport in January crashed by 85.4 percent year on year, the airport announced on Friday.

There were only 197,000 passengers, while the number of bookings for international flights from the airport, the busiest in Poland, fell by 85.8 percent year on year to 172,000.

The most popular foreign destinations were Frankfurt, Paris, Kiev, Amsterdam and London. Some 25,000 passengers travelled within the country.

In January, Chopin Airport forwarded 6,392 tonnes of freight, down 21.5 percent down year on year, and 597 tonnes of mail, a decrease of 52.5 percent. Chopin’s authorities said the slump in cargo traffic was due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Chopin Airport is the largest air terminal in Poland and one of the fastest growing in Europe.


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