In January, 440,657 passengers were served at Kraków Airport, which is a 20% increase (74 thousand more passengers) compared to January 2017. Last month, the airport recorded a total of 3,664 take-offs and landings, which is 13% more than in the same month last year.
Tenerife and Gran Canaria were the two destinations where Kraków Airport passengers sought their dose of sunlight in January. Other last month’s favourites were easyJet connections to Belfast, Manchester and Bristol – almost 95% of the seats were taken on these routes. The most popular connections provided by traditional carriers were KLM’s flights to Amsterdam. The Dutch airlines are increasing the frequency of flights from Kraków since mid-February, aiming at 21 flights per week in the summer season.
JANUARY – HIGHLIGHTS
#flyKRK to Helsinki
Norwegian has announced yet another destination from Kraków Airport – as of 26 March 2018, passengers will have the opportunity to travel to the capital and largest city of Finland – Helsinki. The Helsinki – Kraków route will be operated twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays. It is the seventh connection in Norwegian’s offer.
Tickets are already available on the carrier’s website https://www.norwegian.com
First sustainability report by Kraków Airport
Kraków Airport is Poland’s first regional airport to publish a sustainability report. The document presents the corporate governance basis, results, future plans and, most importantly, corporate social responsibility activities in the context of the Company’s business strategy.
More about Kraków Airport Sustainability Report on the airport’s website: krakowairport.pl/RaportKRK.
New amenity for Kraków Airport passengers
Since 25 January, passengers of Kraków Airport are free to use a self-service A4 printing station, which is located by the information point in the terminal. This is yet another amenity for the airport’s passengers, introduced in response to their own suggestions. To print out your document, you will have to send an attachment (the recommended file format is PDF) to email@example.com, confirm and pay for the service (using Blik, card, payU). You can also print a document through a free application downloaded to your mobile device (Android and iOS) or from zeccer.pl. The cost of printing one page in the A4 format is PLN 1 (gross). Kraków Airport is the first airport in Poland to implement this service. Its partner and the provider of the printing machine and the ZECCER software is ARCUS. The new service falls into the category of consumer issues in the Kraków Airport social responsibility strategy, whose aim is to undertake diverse initiatives focused on improving the airport’s operation.