Where is the International Airport in Gdansk Poland?

Lecha Wałęsy, formerly Polish: Port Lotniczy Gdańsk-Rębiechowo, German: Flughafen Danzig Lech Walesa) (IATA: GDN, ICAO: EPGD) is an international airport located 12 km (7.5 mi) northwest of Gdańsk, Poland, not far from the city centres of the Tricity metropolitan area: Gdańsk (12 km (7.5 mi)), Sopot (10 km (6.2 mi)) and Gdynia (23 km (14 mi)).

Which is the main airport in Gdansk Lech wałesa?

Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport has two passengers terminals (T1 and T2), of which only Terminal T2 is fully functional. Terminal T1 was built in 1993 and is currently being used for departures (passport control and boarding) to countries which are not part of Schengen Area, mainly to Great Britain, Ireland and holiday destinations e.g. to Egypt.

How long is the bus from Gdansk Airport to the railway station?

Bus line 210 of ZTM Gdansk takes 40 minutes to get from Gdansk Airport (Port Lotniczy) to the main railway station of Gdansk (Dworzec Glówny). Because the bus leaves in two directions you must be careful to take bus line 210 in the right direction, which is the direction of Goscinna.

Is there train from Wrzeszcz to Gdansk Airport?

Trains run regularly (approximately every 15 minutes) between the airport’s own station and Gdansk Glowny although a change may be required at Gdansk Wrzeszcz. You can reach the platforms, where you will find ticket machines, by taking the escalator to the left as you leave the baggage hall.

Which is the second largest airport in Poland?

Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport will be the second airport in Poland, after Warsaw Chopin Airport, to have this facility. The existing terminal is also planned to be extended despite the fact that it is new and can easily handle the current passengers flows. A new concourse will be constructed exclusively for departing flights.

When was the old airport in Wrzeszcz closed?

The old airport in Wrzeszcz was officially closed on 1 May 1974 and it practically ceased to exist as a large housing estate was built on its grounds. Nowadays only a few remaining elements of the old Wrzeszcz airport infrastructure can be found, including remnants of its main north-south oriented runway in what is now the Zaspa district.