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Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport

Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport (Port Lotniczy Łódź im. Władysława Reymonta) opened a new terminal in June 2012 that significantly enlarged the airport’s capacity and which now handles all arrivals and departures. Inside you'll find passenger rest areas, Hertz, Enterprise, Europcar, Sixt, Avis and Panek, ATMs to withdraw Polish currency and several places to grab food and drink or a cup of coffee. You can also do some shopping in the well stocked shops.

Getting to/from the Airport:

The Airport is located around 6-10km from Łódź city centre. By car it's around 20 minutes and by public transport is about 20-40 minutes. Taxis hover outside the arrivals terminal and a journey to the centre is around 20-40zł. Three taxi companies, Taxi 400 400 (+48 42 640 04 00), Taxi Plus (+48 800 50 05 00) and Green Cab (+48 42 666 44 44) are permitted to pick up from the airport and can be trusted. The bus stop is directly outside the main entrance with bus no.s 65A and 65B (running every 20-30 minutes) taking you to Łódź Kaliska Train Station, from where you can then take tram 10B straight to the main street ul. Piotrkowska (tram stop 'Piotrkowska Centrum'). A single 40 minute ticket (valid for 60 minutes until end of 2019 due to network redevelopement) costs 3.60zł (reduced 1.80zł).

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10.05.2017
Jim Lawton
Taunton, UK
Its simply not true to say that the 88A does not stop at Piotrkowska. The stop is the intersection of Zamenhofa and Piotrkowska and is the 12th stop from the Airport. It does go on to terminate at Fabryc. Returning from Fabryczna in the direction of the Airport this time its Struga which intersects with Piotrkowska. The buses frequency changes throughout the day but its a pretty regular service.
02.04.2015
Nic nowego
Zgierz
For those arriving in Łódź by plane count yourself extremely lucky. In fact despite the massive amount of money invested by the EU in upgrading the terminal building the President of Łódź (the third largest city on Poland) who should be doing all she can to promote the city, thinks the airport isnt necessary and would prefer you to have to fly in to Okecie (two hours away) or Modlin even further. Welcome to Poland where there is still a certain mindset trapped deeply in the past.
08.07.2014
Flying by stork is faster
Retkina
The latest modus operandii of Lodz's white elephant runs along the lines of all roads lead to Rome or to be more precise, Munich. Basically the marketing pitch runs along the lines that you can fly to lots of places in the World, as long as you first fly to a decent airport first. The people of Lodz and its surrounding areas deserve an excellent airport providing services the people need. All this joke of a place does is provide a few people with a fat salary, great pension and not a lot to do.
22.04.2014
Gordon Bailey
Lyme Regis, England
Shined floors and modern but one of the worst airports I have ever visited. Populated by bored officials with nothing to do. Warsaw Modlin comes a close second (but at least you can fly somewhere from there even though the task of getting there and back is tortuous, ill thought through and takes an age). Lodz airport has lost its flights to Bristol, Liverpool, Dublin, Dortmund and Copenhagen. It has to be one of the most pointless airports in Europe but its clearly been sacrificed to shift traffic to the glorified warehouse that is "Warsaw" Modlin (which is almost an hour by train from Warsaw).
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