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Poland to Build Five New Airports in Five Years
November 18, 2010   
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Lublin airport construction was launched on Nov. 15
Poland will likely have at least three new airports in the cities of Gdynia, Lublin and Modlin by 2012, and another two: one in Sochaczew and one in Saniki near Bialystok to be constructed by 2014 and 2015 respectively.

Still another two prospective airports: in Radom and Zegrze Pomorskie near Koszalin do not give the date of the planned completion of their construction, Rzeczpospolita daily writes.

The estimated cost of building one airport ranges from 250 million zlotys (Modlin) to 600 million zlotys (Sochaczew), the daily adds.
Lublin airport construction was launched on Nov. 15
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