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Poznan’s airport is officially called the Henryk Wieniawski Airport, but is commonly referred to simply as Lawica. The airport is located 8 kilometers west of the city centre following the route towards Berlin. Poznan-Lawica Airport is one of the oldest airports in Poland. It wasn’t until 1993 that Lawica began to function as an international commercial airport, when the first international flight took place. Since then, the 1990s saw an explosion of international direct connections, mostly between German cities and Poznan. However, September 2006 brought the opening of a new route from London to Poznan direct, thanks to Wizzair’s new low-cost flight route. Take advantage of this while it lasts as previous attempts have failed. Today, thanks to low-cost airlines, you can fly direct from London and Liverpool or many Polish and European cities. The new connections have brought many visitors to Poznan both for business and pleasure, and in 2001 a new cargo terminal opened at Lawica, followed by a new passenger terminal later that year. In 2006, Lawica saw almost 700,000 passengers pass through its gates, and that number is sure to grow once more and more visitors discover the charms of Poznan! Poland’s national airline, LOT, runs direct connections to Warsaw, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf and Hanover. The prices of flights into Poznan from international destinations can be expensive when flying via one of mentioned. For those who think about renting a car: Car rental at Poznan airport is located in main hall. The northern section has been used as a military airport since its inception. The southern section is used for civilian purposes. The prospect of relocating the airport elsewhere is often raised as a result of the flight path to the runway being located directly over the city. The airport caters for international, domestic and cargo flights and general aviation.