South Korea’s Incheon starts as official partner for Poland’s air hub

South Korean Incheon Airport will be a strategic partner of the planned Polish air hub, the Central Transportation Port (CPK)

Poland’s biggest infrastructure investment project, the CPK, will be a transit hub integrating air, rail and road traffic 45 kilometres southwest of Warsaw. In its first phase, it should service 45 million passengers a year, but its capacity could eventually rise to 100 million.

The first flights from the CPK can be expected in 2027, and the airport should become fully operational by the end of that year.

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