Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport
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|Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport|
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Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland. In 2006 the airport served over 8 million passengers and the forecast for the 2007 is close to 10 million. Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport has a capacity of 34 air operations per hour. There are two crossing runways in use - 11/29 and 15/33 (arrivals on runways 11 and 33, and departures from runways 15 and 29 - other configuration only possible with strong crosswind or runway maintenance).
- 15/33 - 3690 x 60 m / 12106 x 197 ft, concrete, ILS for RWY 33 (WA 329 110.30)
- 11/29 - 2800 x 50 m / 9186 x 164 ft, concrete, ILS for RWY 11 (WAS 112 109.90)
Other Spotting Locations
The Government ramp can be viewed from the top level of the short term car park next to Terminal 2.
Locations to Avoid
Current movements are available on the Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport website
Facilities and Transportation
There are four bus lines (148, 175, 188 and 331) departing from terminal and a train station nearby bus&coach terminal. Getting to the Warsaw Centre takes from 15 to 45 minutes depending on the traffic conditions.