PRIVATE AIRCRAFT CHARTER AIRPORTS IN WARSAW, POLAND
Warsaw has two international airports – one is called Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport and the other is Warsaw Modlin Airport.
Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW/EPWA)
Named after famed Polish composer Frederic Chopin, it is Poland’s busiest airport serving around 19 million passengers each year.
Located in Okęcie, it’s around 8 miles from downtown Warsaw. The airport has only one terminal called Terminal A but has a separate general aviation terminal located in the north apron of the airport.
Operational: 24 hours
Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI/EPMO)
Modlin Airport is the second airport serving Warsaw. However, being smaller than Warsaw Chopin Airport, it is primarily for regional flights and low-cost international flights.
It is further away from Warsaw, around 40km north west in a town of Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki.
It only has one passenger terminal and no general aviation terminal or FBO.
PRIVATE AIRCRAFT CHARTER PRICES TO WARSAW – OVERVIEW
“One Way” prices include the costs of the aircraft flying back empty.
Shorter return trips of up to approximately 2 – 5 days (depending on length of flight) will only be marginally more than a one-way cost as operators will likely layover at the destination airport thereby only occurring overnight and crew costs. However, once the return flight goes over a 4 or 5 day duration then pricing will be based on 2 x one ways.
The actual private jet cost hire prices to Warsaw may vary 10-20% from those stated below, depending on availability, wind direction, fuel prices, number of passengers & combined weight of luggage, so please do call us on +44 1293 558 080or write to us for up-to-date aircraft pricing information.
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What Are The Cost of Private Jet Flights To warsaw?
NOTE: All estimate costs are based on appropriate aircraft flying the sectors non-stop. Prices will be lower for smaller aircraft that require a fuel stop.