Centralny Port Komunikacyjny
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The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) airport is on its way to becoming a globally unique transport hub, emphasising the close link between its infrastructure and the surrounding buildings, all while prioritising the comfort and safety of passengers, visitors, and staff.
Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has published details of the Airport Master Plan, a key document setting out the long-term concept how the airport will develop.
In an era where aviation is now reaching new heights, Poland is set to make its mark on the global stage with Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK), a state-of-the-art transport hub.
CPK has moved on to the next step related to the design of the largest airport in CEE by announcing a tender for the design of the air traffic control tower.
The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) airport is set to become a world-class transport hub, where passengers can easily access all modes of transport, including at the state-of-the-art railway station.
By 2028 this new airport in the centre of Central and Eastern Europe is expected to have an annual capacity of 40 million passengers. Mikołaj Wild, president of Centralny Port Komunikacyjny, will discuss the project’s progress at Passenger Terminal Expo in Amsterdam.
Centralny Port Komunikacyjny has selected bids in the first tender for the design of support infrastructure to be built at CPK airport.