WMI Airport

Warsaw - Modlin

Warsaw Modlin is the first airport in Poland established specifically with the intention to be used by low-cost airlines and charter carriers. Starting from 2012 it operates as regional public airport complementary to Warsaw Chopin Airport. The airport handles international short- and medium-distance flights. Air operations are carried out 24h a day. The airport's specific orientation at low-cost airlines is reflected in certain components of the infrastructure, a modern two-storey passenger terminal with the surface area of 13,380 m2. Since  2012 two major low-cost carriers, Wizz Air and Ryanair, have been operating from Warsaw Modlin Airport offering regular international passenger flights to 26 cities in Europe:Barcelona, Glasgow, Brussels, Paris, Eindhoven, Milan, Liverpool, Stockholm, Budapest, Oslo, London, Rome, Bologna, Bristol, Manchester, East Midlands, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Dublin, Stavanger, Bourgas, Cork, Madrid, Doncaster, Malmö and Göteborg.

Management company: Mazowiecki Port Lotniczy Warszawa-Modlin Sp. z o.o.
Address: ul. gen. Wiktora Thommee 1a, 05-102 Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki -Polonia
Telephone no.: +48 801 80 18 80
Website: www.modlinairport.pl

Country code: PL
Transportation to/from the airport
‘Koleje Mazowieckie Trains’ on Warsaw-Modlin route are operated by modern Elf trains which have been purchased specially for that route. To ensure passenger comfort there are 190 seats on each train. Passengers can use specially installed extra luggage compartments and comfortable passenger seats. The trains are air-conditioned. Elf trains have facilities for people with disabilities and persons travelling with babies (changing tables). Passengers can choose between 42 train services on the Modlin–Warsaw route every day (14 airport services marked with a special aircraft symbol and 28 trains running on route to Działdowo via Modlin). Out of the 14 airport services 11 trains connect the two airports of the Mazovia region: Warsaw/Modlin Airport and Chopin Airport, while the other 3 run on the route Modlin-West Warsaw (Warszawa Zachodnia).
For passengers arriving from distant areas of the region and the country to access Warsaw Modlin Airport, the ‘PKP’ rail company with trains stop at Modlin railway station TLK and EIC which depart bus (Koleje Mazowieckie buses) to the airport.
Special airport buses run from Modlin railway station to Warsaw/Modlin Airport terminal every 20-30 minutes.  They can seat up to 70 passengers, have air-conditioning and facilities for people with disabilities.
Buses stop on the following stops: Metro Młociny (Młociny Subway Station) at Public Transport Authority (ZTM) bus stop Metro Młociny 25, and on the Palace of Culture and Science parking lot, in front of the main entrance, at the Marszalkowska Street side, near the Metro Centrum station exit.
Warsaw/Modlin Airport is situated on the city limits of Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki. It borders a town of Zakroczym on the north and north-west, and a town of Pomiechówek on the north-east.
To get from Warsaw to Airport by car (and vice versa) you need to take the S7 for Gdańsk and after crossing the Vistula river take the national road 62 for Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki. Alternatively you can take Modlińska Street through Jabłonne and Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki.
Companies recommended by the Warsaw/Modlin Airport for passenger service of taxi services are Sawa Taxi and  Taxi Modlin. Fares for travel from Warsaw to Warsaw/Modlin Airport are fixed. Travel time to Warsaw city centre is about 35-40 minutes.
Car hire
The Airport is served by several car rental companies: Avis, Awos Airport Facility S.C., Budget, Express, Hertz, Sixt, National Alamo, Panek. 
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