Passenger numbers soar at Warsaw airport
PR dla Zagranicy
Warsaw’s Chopin Airport says it saw the biggest increase in passenger numbers last year among EU airports that handle 10 to 25 million travellers.
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Officials said the findings came in a report by the Airports Council International (ACI), which represents the interests of airports with governments and international organisations.
The Warsaw airport added that it had made it into the "Fast and the Furious" group, comprising 19 airports with the fastest growth since 2012.
"Last year's growth... means that almost 3 million more passengers used our services than in 2016,” said Hubert Wojciechowski, head of marketing at the Warsaw airport.
Chopin Airport is the largest in Poland. Last year it served 15.75 million passengers, up from 12.8 million in 2016, an increase of almost 23 percent.