Travelling to Poland by Plane

If you are planning a trip to Poland, going there by plane is the most convenient and the fastest way to do it.
Polish infrastructure is constantly developing providing more and more flights between the country and the rest of Europe.
The most popular destination is the UK. There is plenty airlines offering flights between these two countries, most popular of which are the low budget ones Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizz Air and the national carriers British Airways and LOT.
The offer is so vast that you will definitely find a flight form the area where you stay to the desired destination.
The most popular Polish airports are located in big cities. Warsaw. Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan, Szczecin, Gdansk, Bydgoszcz, and many more have regular air connection with British airports.
If you are planning a countryside tour, it is best to choose the airport in the desired geographical region and start your travel from there.
The flight itself takes between 2 and 3 hours, depending on the distance between the start and the destination point. A flight from London to Warsaw will take about 2,5 hours.
The most popular destinations in the UK are, of course, London with all its airports, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool or East Midlands.
You can be certain, that you can precisely plan your trip, since the number of flights everyday is significant.
The biggest airports in Poland are located in Warsaw. There are two of them. Okecie, situated just outside the city with a very good connection with it, and Modlin airport located further from Warsaw, but still offering good transportation to the city by bus or train.
All airports in Poland are being enlarged due to the high demand for flights, not only to the UK.
All Polish airports are well communicated with the city centres, so it is very easy to find a way out using public transport or taxi service.
The flight prices are not very high, but they depend on the season (flights between November and March are the cheapest, apart from the Christmas time, when they are the most expensive throughout the year) and the airport you choose due to difference in airport taxes, just like in the UK.