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New photos from the airport construction site

New photos from the airport construction site

The construction of Radom Airport lasted for two years, and the first aircraft are scheduled to be launched in 2022. The investment of the state enterprise “Polish Airports” is controversial. Recently, the president of Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost airline, spoke about it in harsh words. Poland’s largest charter airline also announces that it does not want to fly from Radom after its opening.

  • The reconstruction of Radom Airport is an investment of the state company “Polish Airports”. It is scheduled to enter service in 2022.
  • Thanks to the reconstruction, both the runway and the entire infrastructure will be adapted to the needs of charter airlines and low-cost airlines
  • Both Ryanair and Enter Air, one of the main candidates for users of Warsaw-Radom Airport, are critical of the idea of ​​rebuilding it
  • More such information can be found on the home page of Onet.pl

It can be said that Radom Airport is being built from scratch, although Radom-Sadków Regional Airport actually operates there. However, the local government airport was not a commercial success and the last cruise aircraft landed in Radom in the fall of 2017. In 2018, a bankruptcy petition was filed and PP “Porty Lotnicze” took over Radom Airport. After reopening, it will operate as the Warsaw-Radom Champion Airport in June 1976.

Radom Airport. What happens on the construction site?

The first bulldozer was paid for the reconstruction of the airport in May 2019. We ordered PP “Porty Lotnicze” New photos from the construction site. They show the progress of the works in early August and September of this year:

Warsaw-Radom Airport is to be equipped to handle 3 million passengers annually.  Subsequent expansion is to enable serving up to 9 million passengers every year.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

Warsaw-Radom Airport is to be equipped to handle 3 million passengers annually. Subsequent expansion is to enable serving up to 9 million passengers every year.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

PPL announces that thanks to investments in the region, such as reconstruction and modernization of railways and roads, travel time to Radom from cities such as Warsaw, ód, Kielce and Lublin will be shortened.  This is a distance of more than 100 km.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

PPL announces that thanks to investments in the region, such as reconstruction and modernization of railways and roads, travel time to Radom from cities such as Warsaw, ód, Kielce and Lublin will be shortened. This is a distance of more than 100 km.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

In 2019, the then Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and CPK representative of the CPK, Mikołaj Wild, announced that the travel time by train to Radom Airport from Warsaw would be 75 minutes and by car - about an hour.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

In 2019, the then Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and CPK representative of the CPK, Mikołaj Wild, announced that the travel time by train to Radom Airport from Warsaw would be 75 minutes and by car – about an hour.

For more than 38 million PLN, PPL has signed a contract for the design and construction of the airport's fire and rescue department buildings and the tower of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency.  This is 4 million PLN less than

Photo: PPL/Press Material

For more than 38 million PLN, PPL has signed a contract for the design and construction of the airport’s fire and rescue department buildings and the tower of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency. This is 4 million PLN less than the supposed “Polish airports” when the bid was announced.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

Photo: PPL/Press Material

Initially, it was assumed that the first planes will be able to take off from the Warsaw-Radom airport at the end of 2020. The total investment cost is estimated at 1 billion PLN.

Photo: PPL/Press Material

Initially, it was assumed that the first planes will be able to take off from the Warsaw-Radom airport at the end of 2020. The total investment cost is estimated at 1 billion PLN.

Warsaw-Radom Airport. Sand Castle or a recipe for success?

Why should you work this time? PPL . assumption Reconstructed Radom Airport will serve as a port for low-cost and charter airlines. Thus, the Warsaw Chopin Airport, which for several years has been implementing its business strategy as a hub, that is, a transport airport and the main base of the Polish airline LOT, is diluted. Both the PPL and government representatives believe in the success of Warsaw-Radom Airport. Potential users have a different opinion.