COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Member States - Poland

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EUROCONTROL has released an authoritative factsheet on the impact of COVID-19 on aviation in Poland.

The briefing (attached) provides key facts and graphics and is one of a series covering the impact of the crisis on countries across the EUROCONTROL Network.

Poland has lost around 212,000 flights compared to 2019 and over 26 million passengers. Flights to/from/within Poland are currently 67% down on last year and the number of passengers is 80% down. Although we saw some recovery in the summer, traffic is again falling at present.

The briefing includes information on airports, the major airlines, market segments and traffic flows, including:

  • Last week Warsaw and Gdansk flights were 74% and 69% down on last year;
  • LOT/Ryanair/Wizz Air flights were 74%/82%/90% down on 2019;
  • Domestic flights were less affected (39% down) than European flows (-72%).

Watch our animation on the impact of COVID-19 on flights to and from Poland and download our factsheet below.


COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Member States - Poland
Wpływ COVID-19 na państwa członkowskie EUROCONTROL - Polska