Warsaw Airport (WAW)
Warsaw Airport (WAW) is the busiest airport in Poland, named after the famous Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. Warsaw airport handled more than 18 million passengers a year. The airport is a base for LOT, Wizz Air and holiday charters Enter Air and Smartwings Poland.
The capital of Poland was practically completely rebuilt after World War II. Warsaw's bustling business center prides itself on its many skyscrapers and ambitious plans to build more. The catchy skyline is still dominated by the massive Palace of Culture and Science - Stalin's donation to the nation. Warsaw is a world in itself, with an Eastern European flavor. Don't miss the beautiful Old Town, the Royal Route, the Chopin Museum, several beautiful palaces and the former Jewish Ghetto.