In 2012, over 9.5 million passengers have checked in at Warsaw's airport. That's a record-setting number that probably won't be beaten in 2013
Even though the biggest Polish airport posted a 2.7 percent improvement from 2011 in numbers of checked-in passengers, it didn't break the significant 10-million-passengers barrier, and likely won't be able to in upcoming years. “In 2013 the number will probably fall down to around 9 million travelers,” the airport's spokesperson Przemysław Przybylski told Gazeta Wyborcza.
To prevent that number from falling even further, Chopin Airport introduced a number of discounts for airlines operating in Warsaw. Some even up to 99 percent. With basic rates remaining unchanged since 2009, it offers the lowest rates among all airports in Central Europe, according to the independent website airportcharges.com.
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