Krakow (KRK) Airport

Krakow KRK Airport Overview

Krakow Airport KRK (or 'Krakow Airport im. Jana Pawla II') is an international  airport serving the southern part of Poland and its capital City of Krakow.
KRK Airport is located in the village of Balice, 11 km or 6.8 miles west of Krakow, and is accessible via motorway A4, exit 77. You can catch the express train to city center, a 18-minute trip, at the train station 200 meters from Terminal 1.

With one runway and an estimated 3.4M passengers per annum, Krakow Airport is hub to LOT Polish Airlines, and is served by domestic and international airlines offering direct flights to a host of European cities, with connections around the globe. Seasonal charters are available to popular vacation destinations. 

The on-airport Hilton Garden Inn hotel
opened in 2014.
Passenger pick-up /drop-off can be made at the "Kiss & Drive" parking area.

The new passenger terminal at Krakow  Airport completed its first stage in September 2015.
  The street level is divided into a check-in area (at left), and an arrivals area (at right). Its upper level is the Departure Level.
  The upper level houses security & passport check, food & drink and retail concessions, a VIP lounge & a business lounge, and access to the airline gates. The upper level also leads to parking and transportation. 
Its second stage is to be completed by year-end 2016.
The old Terminal will undergo renovation, and thereafter will be integrated into the new terminal.

Tasks at hand include the modernisation of the old terminal building, following the opening of a new terminal in September 2015. Once work has been completed the connected buildings will function as one unified terminal. Meanwhile, a new car park is to be created which should accommodate 850 cars and 50 buses. A decision is also expected on whether to build a new runway, although construction would not start until 2018. Last year saw records broken at the airport, with 2015 seeing the largest number of passengers in its history. Over 4.2 million travellers used the airport in 2015, up 11 percent on 2014. (nh/pk)
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- See more at: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/235781,2016-investment-plan-unveiled-at-Krakow-Airport#sthash.kbjPXz4B.dpuf
Present and future Airport developments:  For 2016, it is planned  that about EUR 32.4 million will be spent on the second stage of the New Terminal, and on the old terminal upgrades -  upon completion of which both terminals together will function as one integrated terminal.
Also on the 2016 agenda is a new car park for 850 cars and 50 buses.

about PLN 150 million (EUR 32.4 million) will be spent on the expansion of the facility in 2016. Tasks at hand include the modernisation of the old terminal building, following the opening of a new terminal in September 2015. Once work has been completed the connected buildings will function as one unified terminal. Meanwhile, a new car park is to be created which should accommodate 850 cars and 50 buses. A decision is also expected on whether to build a new runway, although construction would not start until 2018. Last year saw records broken at the airport, with 2015 seeing the largest number of passengers in its history. Over 4.2 million travellers used the airport in 2015, up 11 percent on 2014. (nh/pk)
tags:
- See more at: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/235781,2016-investment-plan-unveiled-at-Krakow-Airport#sthash.kbjPXz4B.dpuf


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