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Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
Official name: Warsaw Chopin Airport.
Airlines operating at the airport: Flights to the UK are operated by the British Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Wizzair, and Norwegian Air Shuttle. Long distance flights to the USA, Canada, and Japan are operated by the national carrier.
Warsaw Chopin Airport consists of one large 4-storey terminal which is divided into five check-in areas in two main halls. The arrivals are located on the ground floor and the departures on the second floor.
Car hire desks are located in the arrivals hall and the car rental park is situated directly in front of the terminal in car park P1 on level 0. Have your car hire voucher, credit card in the name of the main driver, driving licence and ID ready to pick up your car hire from Warsaw Chopin Airport. Check the vehicle for any damage and mark it on the pick-up report. Return the vehicle accordingly to the refuelling policy, chosen while making your car rental booking online.
Car hire desks operating hours
|Alamo||Monday to Sunday open all day|
|Armada||Monday to Sunday 7am-1am|
|Avis||Monday to Sunday 6am-11:30pm|
|MM Cars||Monday to Sunday open all day|
The airports facilities include duty-free shops, newsagents and book stores, eateries, coffee shops, and restaurants. Free Wifi Internet connection is available throughout the terminal. ATMs and currency exchange are available both in the arrivals and departures halls.
Getting to the airport by car from Warsaw centre is easy. Follow the 634, the Zwirki i Wigury street, to arrive at the terminal. Take a look at our Poland driving guide and learn about the basic traffic regulations in the country.
All-week bus services to the city centre, operated by the ZTM, include lines 175, 188, 148, 331 and N32 night line. Bus stops are located in front of the terminal on the arrivals level. Here you will also find the taxi ranks. There are two rail lines S2 and S3 going from the airport to the Central Railway Station, with connections to other cities in Poland.
The airport car park, with short and long-stay options, is situated in front of the terminal building. Parking in the city centre is paid. Use parking metres for on-street parking payment from Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm. Alternatively, park your car in one of the many paid public car parks or multi-storey parking facilities in shopping malls.