Poznan-Lawica (POZ) Airport
Poznan-Lawica POZ Airport Overview
Poznan-Lawica Airport POZ serves the west-central region of Poland.
The Airport is located in the Jezyce district, 5 km west of the city of Poznan, situated between motorway E30 and E307 (307 south connects to the A2 Berlin-Warszawa highway).
With an estimated 1.5 million passengers in 2011, Poznan-Lawica Airport is served by domestic, international and low-cost airlines with direct European destinations and connections around the globe. Seasonal charter flights are available to popular vacation destinations.
Poznan-Lawica Airport has one passenger terminal.
Parking options at Poznan-Lawica Airport include
1. a parking garage across from the passenger terminal;
2. a parking lot adjacent to the left of it; and
3. a long-term lot is further away and is serviced by shuttle buses running at 15-minute intervals.
To get from Poznan-Lawica Airport to your destination, you can rent a car from one of the six major rental car agencies, take a taxi (in front of the terminal), or use the MPK city bus. Its line 59 called Airport-Baltyk, goes to Rodo Kaponiera and takes about 30 minutes; its Express Line L called Airport-Central Railway Station takes about 20 minutes.
MPK Line 48 called Wyszeborska-Baltyk (Rondo Kaponiera) is 200 meters from the terminal and takes 30 minutes; MPK’s night bus 242 called Airport-Central Railway Station takes 30 minute.
Present and future Airport developments: While a new building was added adjacent to the current terminal, adding over 17,800 sq.meters of space, the future main hall will connect the new building to the Main passenger terminal. Ongoing construction in the main terminal will ultimately convert it into a departures area, while the new check-in hall will be between Arrivals & Departures areas. Work is to be completed by year-end.
Poznan-Lawica POZ Airport Update History
- POZ Airports - Oct 28, 2013
- POZ Airlines Served - Jul 3, 2013
- POZ Official Website Links - Jun 20, 2013
- POZ Airport Intro - Jun 17, 2013
- POZ Main Terminals - Jun 17, 2013