Airport Poznań-Ławica

Poznan-Ławica Airport named after Henryk Wieniawski (IATA code: POZ, ICAO code: EPPO) - international airport, one of the oldest airports in Poland, located 7 km west of the center of Poznan on the route to Berlin and Buk.

In terms of the number of passengers checked in and the number of flight operations, it was the 7th Polish airport in 2019, behind the airports: Warsaw-Okęcie, Krakow-Balice, Gdansk-Rębiechowo, Katowice-Pyrzowice, Warsaw-Modlin and Wroclaw-Strachowice.

Arrivals Departures
  • Name: Airport Poznań-Ławica im. Henryka Wieniawskiego
     Adres: ul. Bukowska 285, 60-189 Poznań
     Contact Number: (+48) 703 203 703
     e-mail: [email protected]
     Airport Code: kod IATA: POZ, kod ICAO: EPPO

    Lawica Airport serves many domestic and international flights, including flights to many popular European destinations such as London, Berlin, Paris, Oslo, Barcelona and Athens. The airport also operates domestic flights, including to Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Katowice.

    There are two passenger halls at the airport, which offer a range of amenities for travelers, such as stores, restaurants, cafes, ATMs, car rentals and free access to Wi-Fi. There are also a number of hotels in the vicinity of the airport, which offer accommodation for passengers traveling to and from Lawica Airport.

    Poznan Lawica Airport is easily accessible from the center of Poznan thanks to regular bus and cab services. The airport also has a well-developed network of roads and parking lots, making it easy for car travelers to get to the site.

  • Poznan is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, with a rich history, monuments, culture and art. The city offers many tourist attractions for visitors, regardless of their interests and preferences.

    The first stop for many tourists is the Old Market Square, which is considered one of the most beautiful in Poland. The Old Market Square features many colorful townhouses with cafes, restaurants and souvenir stores. In the center of the market stands the Town Hall, which is one of Poznań's most important monuments.

    Another popular site is the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, which can be seen from afar, thanks to its imposing tower. The cathedral is one of Poznań's most important monuments and has a history of more than 1,000 years.

    For art and history lovers, Poznan offers a number of museums, such as the National Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Ethnographic Museum. All of these museums have excellent collections and exhibitions that showcase the richness and diversity of culture and art.

    Poznan is also a city with a strong gastronomic tradition. Many local restaurants offer dishes from Polish and European cuisine, but regional specialties such as pyry z gzikiem, świętomarciński croissants or poznańskie koziołki are also worth trying.

    Poznan is also a city with plenty of green spaces, including Wilson Park, which is one of the largest city parks in Poland. In the park you can walk, jog, or relax on one of the many benches.

    Finally, Poznan is a well-known trade fair and conference center, and hosts many festivals and cultural events, such as the Poznan International Fair, the Malta Festival and the Malta Theater Festival.

  • There are various ways to get from the center of Poznań to Poznań-Lawica Airport. Here are some of the most popular options:

    1. Cab - this is the fastest and most convenient option. Cabs can be ordered by phone or through apps such as Uber or Bolt. The cost of a ride is about $30-40, and travel time depends on traffic, but is usually about 20-25 minutes.
    2. Bus - there are two bus lines that run between the center of Poznań and Poznań-Ławica Airport. Line L, also known as "Airport Line", and Line 59. The cost of a ticket is about 4 PLN, and travel time depends on traffic and is usually about 30-40 minutes.
    3. Tram - there is one tram line that runs from the center of Poznań to Poznań-Ławica Airport. Line 6 runs through Bukowska Street, which is one of the city's largest arteries. The cost of a ticket is about 4 PLN, and the travel time depends on traffic and is usually about 30-40 minutes.
    4. By car - if you have a car, you can get to Poznan-Lawica Airport on your own. The airport is located on Bukowska Street, which is one of the main arteries of the city. There is a large parking lot at the airport, which allows you to leave your car for the duration of your trip.
  • Poznan-Lawica Terminal is an international airport located near Poznan, Poland. At the terminal, you can find many facilities for passengers, such as:

    1. Departure and arrival hall: the departure and arrival hall has check-in counters, boarding gates, baggage belts, information desks, stores and restaurants.
    2. Restaurants and cafes: there are several restaurants and cafes in the terminal, where passengers can enjoy a meal or coffee before or after their flight.
    3. Stores: the airport has stores selling souvenirs, perfumes, cosmetics, groceries and alcohol, as well as a duty-free store.
    4. Rest areas: there are rest areas in the terminal where passengers can sit and wait for their flight.
    5. Travel agency: there is a travel agency in the terminal, where passengers can book tours, airline tickets and hotels.
    6. Car rental shops: there are car rental shops at the airport, where passengers can rent a car for the duration of their stay in Poznan.
    7. Information desks: there are information desks at the airport where passengers can get help and information on flights, check-in, baggage and other aviation-related issues.
    8. Security: there is security at the airport, which takes care of the safety of passengers and their luggage. There are also security checkpoints in the terminal, where passengers are screened before boarding.

Airport in numbers

The last available figures for the number of passengers served by Poznań-Ławica Airport in 2022 and they are around 2.25 million people.


Poznań is an important economic and educational center, with several universities, vocational colleges and research institutes. The city is also home to a large number of companies and businesses, and there are nationally important road and rail hubs around Poznań.


Domestic airlines include PLL LOT, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Lufthansa and Eurowings, among others. Meanwhile, international airlines serving Poznań-Lawica include Ryanair, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, SAS, LOT, Finnair, and Czech Airlines. In total, more than 10 airlines operate at Poznań-Lawica airport.