Polish Airports vol.1 is a package of
highly detailed sceneries of EPGD Gdansk, EPKT Katowice, EPRZ
Rzeszów (including EPRJ) and EPLB Lublin (including EPSW) airports
(Polish: Port Lotniczy Gdansk im. Lecha Walesy, formerly
Gdansk-Rebiechowo) (IATA: GDN, ICAO: EPGD) is an international
airport located 12 km (7.5 mi) west northwest of Gdansk, Poland, not
far from the city centres of the Tricity metropolitan area: Gdansk
(12 km (7.5 mi)), Sopot (10 km (6.2 mi)) and Gdynia (23 km (14 mi)).
The airport is named after Lech Walesa, the former Polish president.
On the outside wall of the terminal building one can see the logo of
the airport, which is Lech Walesa's actual signature, a stylized
"W". Today, Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport is a part of the national,
international and global transportation network. Being the third
largest airport in Poland, after EPWA and EPKK, it is used as a
diversionary airport for Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport in the event
of poor weather or emergencies.
(Polish: Miedzynarodowy Port Lotniczy Katowice-Pyrzowice) (IATA: KTW,
ICAO: EPKT) is an international airport, located in Pyrzowice, 30 km
(19 mi) north northwest of Katowice, Poland. It has third biggest
passenger flow in Poland. The airport features two passenger
terminals A and B and a cargo terminal. Operations at terminal B,
much bigger than A, started on 30 July 2007. Terminals are capable
of handling about 3.6 million passengers annually. Terminal A
handles all non-Schengen flights, while Terminal B handles all
Schengen flights. The longest airport observation deck in Poland can
be found inside Terminal B.
Its concrete runway is 2,800 m × 60 m (9,186 ft × 197 ft) and can
accommodate aircraft as large as Boeing 747 or Boeing 777. Heavy
transports such as Antonov An-124 or An-225 also land there from
time to time. The airport uses new generation Instrument Landing
System - Thales 420.
(IATA: RZE, ICAO: EPRZ) is an international airport located in
southeastern Poland, in Jasionka, a village 10 km (6.2 mi) from the
center of the city of Rzeszów. It is the seventh-busiest airport in
Poland, and has seasonal transatlantic connections. Rzeszów-Jasionka
Airport, situated 7.8 km (4.8 mi) north of Rzeszów, features the
second-longest runway in Poland: 3,200 m × 45 m (10,499 ft × 148
ft). The new passenger terminal opened in May, 2012. Rzeszów
Jasionka Airport EPRZ is located next to a smaller Rzeszów
Jasionka Airport (ICAO: EPRJ), owned by Rzeszów University of
Technology and used by Rzeszów Aeroclub. It features a 900x30m
lightened asphalt runway (090/270), 700x100m grass strip and a few
hangars. EPRJ is technically a different airport than EPRZ, although
separated by the airport fence only.
(Port Lotniczy Lublin) (IATA: LUZ, ICAO: EPLB) is an airport
in Poland serving Lublin and the surrounding region. The site is
located about 10 km (6.2 miles) east of downtown Lublin, adjacent to
the town of Œwidnik. The airport has a 2520 x (45 + 2 x 7,5) m
runway, and the terminal facilities are capable of handling 4 Boeing
737-800 class aircraft simultaneously. Construction began in the
fall of 2010 and the official opening took place on December 17,
2012. The new airport replaced the grass airstrip (1200 x 50 m)
which served the PZL-Œwidnik helicopter factory and was known as
Œwidnik Airport (ICAO: EPSW).
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