The airport in Radom comes to life. Itaka's customers will fly from it on vacation

More than a dozen new connections from the airport in Radom thanks to the Itaka travel agency because Itaka’s customers will use it. In addition, regular flights to Copenhagen, Paris, Rome and a new terminal. The airport in Radom is to undergo a real transformation from next year.

In 2018, Przedsiębiorstwo Państwowe ” Porty Lotnicze ” (PPL) bought the collapsing Radom-Sadków airport for PLN 12.7 million. In its place, a more modern and larger airport was to be built. From the very beginning, such an idea was criticised, among others due to the lack of interest of travellers who prefer other dynamically developing airports. Despite this, in April 2023 the airport in Radom is to be put into use – money.pl quotes

Itaka’s customers will use Radom Airport

On Monday, September 5, it was officially confirmed that it will be possible to get from Radom to popular holiday resorts. You will be able to fly to, among others, Crete and Kos in Greece , Majorca in Spain , the capital of Albania – Tirana, two cities in Bulgaria and Turkey 

A spokeswoman for the Polish Airports State Enterprise, Anna Dermont, said there were ongoing talks with other carriers and travel agencies about connections. The airport authorities are to inform about their effects on a regular basis. The first regular connections will start from Radom at the turn of March and April. Vacation and charter connections are to start at the turn of May and June. 

Regular flights in the new season

In August 2022, Przedsiębiorstwo Państwowe “Porty Lotnicze” informed about further significant progress, which is to lead to the full launch of the airport in the next summer season. 

“The opening of the airport in Radom gives us the opportunity to transfer some of the point-to-point traffic and reduce the load on Chopin Airport” – says Krzysztof Moczulski, press spokesman of PLL LOT.        

On April 24, the “Polish Airports” State Enterprise, which manages the airport, announced that at the turn of March and April 2023 regular connections from Warsaw -Radom airport to three European capitals are to be launched. I am talking about Rome, Paris and Copenhagen. Flights on Boeing 737-800 will be operated three times a week. 

Extension and modernization are completed

A few days later, on April 27, it was announced that the Warsaw-Radom airport had launched a new terminal. The building has an area of ​​30 thousand. sq m , which will ultimately include 30 check-in stands, as well as a commercial zone with catering and retail outlets, and an innovative airport education and entertainment zone.  

The main works related to the expansion and modernization of the airport in Radom have already been completed. The port director, Grzegorz Tuszyński, said that the technical acceptance is now underway, it will last until autumn. Baggage check-in, passport and security check desks are now ready. The port’s technical facilities are also complete – baggage sorting, fire-fighting installations and passport control stands . 

The extension of the port in Radom will cost over PLN 800 million. Initially, the airport will be able to handle around one million passengers a year. The target is three million travellers. About 400 people are expected to find employment at the airport. 

Source: Gazeta

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