Published at: 2019-02-08 15:27 | Author: Robert McLean
The government is considering a plan to relieve Warsaw's Chopin airport through a massive investment in Radom's airport and infrastructure
Radom airport has been the butt end of jokes for years. Czech Airlines and Air Baltic both tried to
establish regular service to the city, but quickly gave up after finding that they could barely fill ten seats per flight. More than PLN 70m was spent by the city of Radom on the white elephant project getting it up to spec in order to be able to accept commercial flights. When the project company went bankrupt over the summer, the Polish government moved in, concluding a deal for the airport in...

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