Katowice airport (KTW)

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Katowice International Airport, opened on October 6, 1966, is one of the busiest in Poland. It operates with domestic and international flights within Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa.

Official Website: katowice-airport.com
Number of Terminals - 3 - Terminals A (non-Schengen departures), B (Schengen departures) and C (arrivals). Open 24 hours a day and situated next to each other.
Annual passenger traffic: 4.8 million passengers went through it in 2018.
Tel: +48 323 927 000/385/324 / 801 011 752. E-mail: [email protected] There is an information desk on the ground floor of Terminal A, available around the clock.

Location

The airport is located in the town of Pyrzowice, 30 km (18 miles) to the north of Katowice.

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Ground floor of Terminal C:

GT-Cars (Tel +48 322 845 074 / 502 688 305 / 519 130 911)
Jol Car (Tel +48 322 527 266 / 322 845 915 / 603 691 500 / 603 696 500)
Sixt (Tel +48 327 827 920 - weekdays from 9:00 am to 0:00 am, Saturday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Sunday from 12:00 pm to 0:00 am)

Services from the city:

iCAR (Tel +48 322 235 472 / 601 431 772)
Odkryj-Auto (Tel +48 660 505 474)
Silvercar (Tel +48 322 845 196 / 607 457 367 / 695 654 535)
Soro World (Tel +48 570 045 093 / 782 002 423)

 

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The airport has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus (4:00 am to 8:00 pm) and post office. Conference rooms on the first floor of Terminal A and on the second floor of Terminal B. There are also two Business Lounges in the Departures area of terminals A and B, open from 4:00 am to 10:00 pm; they provide drinks, snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, newspapers, air conditioning, telephones, fax, conference facilities (access with Priority Pass, Lounge Club, DragonPass or Diners Club membership, or by paying at the door).

Food and Drinks- In the public area and the Departures lounge of terminals A and B there are coffee shops, bars and restaurants.
Shopping- Terminals A and B have duty-free shops, in addition to supermarkets, kiosks and newsagents.
Baggage- Lost and found office in Terminal C (Tel +48 322 845 006).
Other Services- Medical center, art gallery, children's play area, baby care rooms, pharmacy, travel agency, chapel.

 

Bus - ZTM (Tel +48 801 630 030) operates express services every day. Line AP1 runs to Szarlej Kaufland, Bytom Dworzec, Karb, Zabrze Goethego and Gliwice Plac Piastow. Route AP2 travels to Bedzin, Sokolska and Dworzec. Bus AP3 goes directly to Dworzec, while line AP4 travels from Katowice Dworzec and Tychy Dworzec. Tickets can be acquired at vending machines located in Terminal C or on board the bus.
Buses from Matuszek (Tel +48 322 361 111) go to Katowice train station in 35 min. and to Kraków in approximately 2 hours. Departures correspond with flight hours.
Pyrzowice Ekspres (Tel +48 603 966 598) provides transportation to Katowice Dworzec (40 min.; €5.00), Kraków (1 hour and 40 min.; €11.00) and Czestochowa (60 min.; €15.00).
There are also services from Leo Express (Tel +420 220 311 700) headed for Rybnik, Gliwice, Bohumin and Ostrava, and from Flixbus (Tel +48 223 079 334) to Czestochowa, Chorzow, Katowice and Krakow.
Further information

Taxi - Airport Taxi Service (Tel +48 327 860 606 / 784 846 866) is the official operator at the enclosure. The trip to downtown Katowice takes 30-40 minutes and has a fare of around €40.00.

 

There are three parking lots open 24 hours a day inside the grounds. More information: Tel +48 323 927 189 / 469 / 218. Rates

P1 - Short-term car park in front of the terminals.
P2 - Designated for stays of more than 48 hours.
P3 - Guarded parking next to Terminal A.

 

Wheelchairs, elevators and adapted restrooms are available. If you should require special assistance, inform your airline or travel agency about your needs at the time of your booking, or call Tel +48 323 927 394.