Warsaw Modlin Airport Informational Guide to Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI) - Non Official

Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI)

Find the most important information about Warsaw Modlin Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI). Plan your travel to WMI Airport with the information provided in this guide.

 

Warsaw Modlin Airport has one runway. 

 

Warsaw Modlin Airport registered a total flow of 3,081,966 passengers in 2018. 

Terminal + info

Warsaw Modlin Airport has a single passenger terminal.

Facilities and Services + info

Warsaw Modlin Airport offers the following services to passengers:

- Airlines offices
- Duty free stores
- Left luggage
- Toilets
- Free Wi-Fi internet connection
- Lost & found
- Banking services
- ATMs
- Baby care rooms
- Baggage claim
- Information counters
- Customs

Contact

Address: Generała Wiktora Thommée 1a, 05-102, Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, POLAND

Phone: +48 22 315 18 80

Transport + info

The following means of transport are available at Warsaw Modlin Airport to the city center:

Bus: There are several bus services available to Warsaw within 40 minutes.
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Taxi: By taxi you can get to downtown Warsaw within 35 minutes.
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Train: There isn’t direct connection with the railway network. You can take a shuttle bus to the nearest train station.
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Car rental: Renting a car in Warsaw Modlin Airport is a great idea to move around the city. Check our search engine for further details!
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About Warsaw

Warsaw, in Polish Warszawa, is the capital of Poland and its largest city. It is located in the east-central part of Poland, being the 9th most populated city within the European Union.


In the past, it was known as Paris of the East for its beauty until its destruction in WWII. After this event, the Warsaw Uprising, the city gained the title of Phoenix City because of its reconstruction after WWII, where over 85% of the city was destroyed. Within the city, the Warsaw ghetto upraised in 1943 due to the massacre of the Jewish population and deportation to concentration camps.


While your visit in Warsaw you shouldn’t miss the chance to visit the Old Town, since it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other interesting sites to visit are the King Sigismund’s Column, the Castle Square, St. John’s, among others.

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