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Poznan Airport by Janne Petersson

22 January 2008   Customer Rating : 3 Star Rating

POZ seems to be modern and fresh, but somewhat basic, regional airport. I guess it gets cramped easily at peak times but is deserted for the rest of the day. You can find everything you need but without most extras. Aircraft park a few hundred meters away, in front of the old terminal, so there is a short ride in the terminal bus to get to the terminal. Luggage arrives within a few minutes, much better than in Warsaw. The green City Transit Authority buses to the city center stop just outside, the new "L" line is the fastest option. Bus ticket costs 2,60 PLN and should be bought at the RUCH shop at the terminal exit and then validated immediately onboard the bus. The "L" bus goes to the main railway station with a few stops enroute, but, as in Warsaw, the journey takes a long time in peak traffic. If you prefer a taxi, just tell the driver the name of your hotel, or if you want to go to the railway station, ask for "dworzec PKP" (Polish Rail station). Poznan itself seems to be an interesting city and its airport has plenty of potential. Don't hesitate to use it.

Poznan Airport by John Coueslant

23 December 2007   Customer Rating : 4 Star Rating

Since last writing about this airport a year ago, there have been various improvements. There are now more flights to the UK by the budget airlines, Ryan Air,Wizzair and Central Wings (part of LOT Polish Airlines). Also BA are starting up daily flights from Gatwick to Poznan and return from the end of March 2008.Maybe one of the budget airlines might set up in competition to BA from Poznan to Gatwick to reduce the fares on that route, but that maybe my wishful thinking! There is an an express bus from the Airport to Poznan main railway station-about 20 mins to half an hour ,depending on traffic. The taxis are also better regulated now and you have a right to ask for a receipt at the end of your journey, so you are not overcharged. Into town is currently about 20 Zloty, about 4 GBP and takes about 15 minutes, again depending on traffic. The restaurant overlooking the runway (upstairs) has now had a makeover and is more cosy and warmly furnished,but the staff are still very helpful and friendly and speak good English. Can recommend the Zurek Soup(sour rye with Polish sausage and boiled egg) served in a hollowed out bread loaf. Nicely served Coffee and tea with lemon too.


Poznan Airport by Rolf Heelas

11 July 2006   Customer Rating : n/a

A smallish airport but modern and lots of facilities for an airport of that size. Longish queues at checkin, but it was a fully booked Ryanair flight so this was to be expected. Instead of parking planes right up to the terminal where there is usually lots of space, they use buses to ferry people the 100meters or so. The airport is very close to the city center, but the travel time is longer than expected due to the stop start nature of the route, taxi fare from center to Airport for me was 20PLZ. For some odd reason there are duplication of services at this airport, which is odd for its size. by the exit/entrance there are 2 very small newsagents opposite each other. In the tiny departures area there are 2 different tiny duty free shops both selling same kinds of goods.

Poznan Airport by John Coueslant

24 April 2006

Very pleasant and modern small city Polish airport. Spacious and airy terminal building with restaurant (up via moving staircase or by lift) overlooking the runway serving drinks and /or meals. Quick service, friendly staff and not bad food. Good check in procedures-quick and efficient staff. Now services to London Stansted with Ryan Air (7 days a week) and London Luton (4 days a week) with Wizz Air. Internal flights to Warsaw with LOT Polish Airlines. If you need a taxi into town, get a radio taxi by phone-ask at information desk for the numbers-the curb taxis at the airport are much more expensive and could rip you off. The bus into town is twice an hour, but a slow stopping route into Poznan. Hire cars are available from the airport and there is a new and clean looking bed and breakfast hotel just over the road from the airport ,if you need to spend the night.









 


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