Poland's Ministry of Transport predicts that the value of investments in the country's aviation infrastructure could amount to zł.4.2 billion between now and 2015, Rzeczpospolita reported.
Of that sum, zł.2.9 billion is expected to come from the European Union.
Krzysztof Kapis, the ministry's Aviation Department director, said that a number of Polish airports have already benefited from EU funding, including the Warsaw Chopin Airport as well as smaller airports in Gdańsk, Szczecin, Poznań, Katowice, Kraków, Rzeszów and Wrocław.
EU funds also financed the purchase of snow removal equipment for Chopin Airport.
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