The Katowice International Airport (KTW) has just celebrated its busiest day ever, with over 15 thousand passengers handled at KTW on 14th of July.
15 147 people were served at the airport last Monday making the day a record-breaking in the airport history. The number topped the previous last month record of 14 247 travelers. Looking forward, the airport projects continued increases in passenger demand to reach 2,7 million passengers at the end of this year. Also, the KTW authorities expect to mark another one-day record this summer season.
This summer flights’ network is the largest in the Katowice Airport’s history. Travelers can choose from 80 regular and charter directions, including 50 charter destinations to 15 countries on three continents. Also, KTW will be the only regional airport in Poland offering connection with Gambia and the Dominican Republic this winter. Earlier this month, Wizz Air announced to add two new routes from Katowice to Glasgow and Maastricht to be launched in October.