Twice as many airline passengers in Poland by 2030: expert
PR dla Zagranicy
Air traffic to Poland could double from 34 million passengers in 2016 to 60 million in 2030, according to the Civil Aviation Authority.
Polish airports serviced 34 million passengers in 2016 and the authority forecasts this number could grow to 60 million in 13 years.
The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency said infrastructure including airports would be modernised in the near future.
Poland's airports currently have a capacity of 57 million passengers per year. (vb)