Łódź – Lublinek airport.
Łódź airport is one of several communication airports in Poland. Airport. Władysław Reymont has a very good location. The location of the Łódź Airport allows for quick access to the city center, to Piotrkowska Street and to the Łódź Kaliska railway station. In several minutes you can reach Lodz hotels and shopping centers. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the Łódź Fabryczna Railway Station. Direct access to the airport is provided by public transport buses: 65A and 65B. Stops are located directly in front of the terminal entrance.
Address: general Stanisława Maczek 35, Łódź. Geographic coordinates 51 ° 43.635 ', 19 ° 24.013'. Łódź-Lublinek Airport, IATA code: LCJ, ICAO code: EPLL.
The newest terminal of the airport was opened on June 1, 2012. Terminal No. 1 was marked, and during construction, Terminal No. 3 was marked. Its construction took three years.
In 2018, the airport in Łódź, with 217,426 passengers handled, took 12th place among Polish communication airports. From 2012, the airport was used by Wizz Air, second only to Ryanair. However, in 2013, Wizz Air withdrew from Łódź. In 2014, the airport was temporarily used by 4You Airlines, but the company quickly collapsed. From 2014, Adria Airways flew from Lodz, which in 2015 opened its air base at the Lodz airport. Also in 2015, the Czech national carrier Czech Airlines announced the start of flights from Łódź. However, as early as 2016, Czech Airlines withdrew. At that time, the largest number of charter flights to resorts in Greece were from Łódź. In 2017, Adria Airways withdrew from Łódź. Its routes were taken over by the Lufthansa carrier. At that time, Ryanair operated most dynamically, serving mainly flights to Great Britain. In 2019, Lufthansa suspended connections from Łódź. In 2020, Ryanair suspended its connections due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Written by Karol Placha Hetman