Poland plans building new central airport
March 14, 2017
Poland will most likely build a new central airport that would replace the Warsaw Okecie airport as country's central air transport hub, Puls Biznesu writes, adding the decision has full support from both ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski and deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki.
A decision will be approved by the cabinet's economic committee within days, then a team within the Infrastructure Ministry will have two months to prepare the concept and choose location, possibly somewhere between Warsaw and Lodz.
Development fund PFR and bank BGK will be heavily involved in financing the project. The cost is expected at PLN 25 billion, without counting the cost of road and railway connections.