Terminal of Katowice Airport (KTW)

Katowice Airport (KTW)

Katowice Airport (KTW) is an aerodrome with as many as three terminals (A, B and C), which served more than 2.3 million passengers in 2021. What is interesting, Katowice Pyrzowice Airport has one of the longest runways in Poland - it is 3,200 meters long and 45 meters wide. Katowice Airport is named after Wojciech Korfanty, polish politician and activist.

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Transfer from Katowice Airport

Pyrzowice Airport is approximately 30 kilometers from the center of Katowice. Directly in front of the building of Katowice Airport you can find a bus stop served by many long-distance carriers. You can use them to get to Gliwice, Piekary Śląskie, Kraków, Rybnik, Zabrze, Częstochowa or Czech Ostrava. The coaches usually operate to the very center of Katowice. You can also use cabs, which have a stop in front of Terminal B. You may also find representatives of a number of car rental companies at the Katowice Airport hall. You can find detailed information on the available transfer options on the Pyrzowice Airport website. (opens in a new tab)

Amenities for travellers

If you are a business class passenger, the Katowice Airport turns out to be perfectly suited to your needs. You can find here, among other things, the Katowice Airport Business Lounge, where TV, Internet and the latest issues of newspapers are at your disposal. The airport also has a Meet & Asisst service on offer. Within its scope, you can use priority check-in - without a queue - and also spend time in the business lounge. Afterwards, a special assistant will transport you directly to the plane in a private car. At Katowice Airport you can also find stores and restaurants, serving dishes from all over the world. 

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