LOT: Poland needs new airport to avoid Warsaw Chopin growth limits

Credit: Rob Finlayson
The Polish government has approved a plan to build a new central airport, allocating as much as PLN35 billion ($9.6 billion) by 2027, Bloomberg reported. The new airport, which will likely be located in central Poland between the capital Warsaw and Lodz, will be capable of servicing as many as 100...

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