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    Presentation of Warsaw airport plans in June

    The Ministry of Infrastructure will probably present in June this year two or three variants of the
    future of the Warsaw Chopin Airport in the context of the construction of the Central Communication Port
    (CPK) – Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Government Commissioner for CPK, Marcin Horała

    “Probably in June analyses should be completed that will answer the questions about Chopin Airport until the launch of CPK and later. We will talk about it with all interested parties”, Horała said. The Central Communication Port – according to the government – is to be the most important Polish infrastructure investment, a transfer hub that will integrate air, rail and road transport. The port is to be built 37 km west of Warsaw, in an area of circa 3,000 ha. In the first stage, it will be able to serve 45 million passengers a year, and eventually about 100 million. The CPK will also include railway investments: a junction near the airport and connections that will allow travel between Warsaw and the largest Polish cities in no more than 2.5 hours. As announced, the first stage of the port construction should be completed by the end of 2027.

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