Air travel enables you to get to the largest Polish cities quickly and comfortably. Airports are situated in the vicinity of most of the largest cities in Poland. They are serviced by many international airline companies. Both international and domestic flights are available from airlines amongst them LOT Polish Airlines. Many low budget airlines fly into Poland.
Poland has direct intercontinental flight connections with the USA (New York and Chicago) and Canada (Toronto). On these routes flies LOT Polish Airlines. Poland can also be reached via U.S., Canadian or European airlines. Around fifty cities in more than thirty countries maintain direct flight connections with the capital of Poland. Okecie Airport in Warsaw is a stop-over for many airlines, among them British Airways, SAS Scandinavian, Singapore Air France and Lufthansa. Poland also has direct intercontinental flight connections with the USA, Canada, and Israel.
Airports in Gdańsk, Katowice, Szczecin, Poznań, Wrocław and Kraków have international connections. There are also many airports in Poland which operate domestic flights.
The Warsaw Okęcie airport itself maintains direct connections to about fifty cities in more than thirty countries in Europe and the world, operated by 25 airlines, among them British Airways, SAS Scandinavian, Singapore Air France and Lufthansa.
Polish National Tourist Office North America 5 Marine View Plaza Ste. 303 b, Hoboken NJ 07030, USA Phone: +1-201-420-9910