Warsaw Modlin Airport Guide to Mazowiecki - Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI)

Warsaw Modlin Airport Terminal Map

The airport was first opened in 1937 during the Second Polish Republic for military use.

In 2000, the Polish Ministry of National Defence closed it and in the following years it was redeveloped as converted to civilian use when it opened in 2010 as a brand new airport.

Warsaw Modlin Airport has a single terminal, which is formed by a two-storey passenger terminal, serving both international and domestic and regional flights.


Warsaw Modlin Airport is split into two levels as follows:

Ground level: This is the general accessible zone, where the Departures and the Arrivals are located. Find in this level the check-in area, the security checkpoints, the baggage claim area, the airport lounges, duty-free stores, food, drink and retail concessions. Other services available: railway ticket machines, currency exchange, vending machines, ground transportation options (bus, car rental booths, taxi and train), baby care rooms, ATMs, PRM service, toilets, kid’s play area, passport control, lost baggage office, overweigh baggage, smoking allowed areas, meeting points, parking facilities, information counter.

First Floor: In the first level of the airport terminal there are customs, the ground handling agent and the border guards. Other services available: Baby care room, stairs and lifts to access to lower levels.


Ryanair is the single airline serving Warsaw Modlin Airport.


See below the services available at Warsaw Airport Terminals:

- Airlines offices
- Duty free stores
- Left luggage
- Toilets
- Free Wi-Fi internet connection
- Lost & found
- Banking services
- ATMs
- Airport lounges
- Baby care rooms
- Baggage claim
- Information counters
- Customs
- Security checkpoints
- Railway ticket machines
- Currency exchange
- Vending machines
- Baby care rooms
- PRM service
- Kid’s play area
- Passport control
- Smoking allowed areas
- Meeting points