Poland is one of the most popular countries in Eastern Europe, very attractive to foreign tourists and business travellers. In the summer of 2012, Poland organized the European Championship Football together with neighbouring country Ukraine. This event has given the infrastructure and reputation of the country a boost. Nowadays, cities like Warsaw, Kraków and Gdansk are popular city break destinations. The airports of these cities and some more are highlighted here.

Practical information about Poland:

Time zone: Central European Time +1
Currency: Polish zloty
National Day: 11 November
Airport: lotnisko

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What are the busiest airports in Poland?

Airport IATA Passengers
Warsaw Airport WAW 15,730,330
Kraków Airport KRK 6,769,369
Gdansk Airport GDN 4,980,647
Katowice Airport KTW 4,838,149
Wroclaw Airport WRO 3,347,553
Warsaw Modlin Airport WMI 2,932,639
Poznan Airport POZ 2,476,304
Szczecin-Goleniów Airport SZZ 598,971

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