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Flights to Katowice

Katowice attracts visitors for a wide variety of reasons, from tourism to family visits to business. Whatever the reason for travel, those who are Katowice-bound can get there by plane in around two hours from the UK. Katowice Airport is only a bus ride away from the city centre, which features multiple museums, galleries, and other cultural attractions. This city offers connections to other Polish locations (such as Warsaw and Krakow) and is located close to the borders of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Which is the main airport in Katowice?

Katowice only has one airport (KTW), located approximately 19 miles north of the city itself. There is a regular airport bus which takes less than one hour to reach the city centre. Both Katowice Airport terminals (A and B) feature amenities such as ATMs, duty free shopping, convenience stores, and a variety of restaurants and snack bars. Free wi-fi, a conference room, and a VIP lounge are available for business travellers.

Which airlines offer flights to Katowice?

There are multiple airlines offering flights to Katowice, but only two providers fly direct from the United Kingdom: Ryanair and Wizz Air. These flights depart from a number of UK airports, including London Luton, Manchester and Doncaster. Other airlines operating non-direct flights to Katowice include LOT and Lufthansa.

Why travel by plane to Katowice?

Getting to Katowice is quick, easy, and convenient by plane. There are direct flights available from the UK to Katowice throughout the year. A wide range of departure airports mean travellers have flexibility in where they travel from. Direct flights get passengers to Katowice in as little as around two hours, which is ideal for flyers who head to Katowice regularly to visit family or work abroad.

Before you travel to Katowice by plane - good to know!

The tram system is Katowice is highly efficient, getting passengers all around the city (and neighbouring Silesian cities) quickly and affordably. Buses are also available, but most travel around Katowice can be done using trams. Travellers interested in the history, culture and architecture of Poland can’t miss out on the Industriada Festival. On one day of the year, locals and tourists can visit a wide variety of technical landmarks in Katowice which are normally closed to the public, from power plants to rolling mills. Another great event to check out is the colourful Art Naif Festival.

How to Get to Katowice by Plane

Katowice is a wonderful destination and it's never been easier to get there, with regular flights to Katowice from London Luton, London Stansted, Doncaster Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester airports. These are operated by the airlines Wizz Air, Ryanair, Lufthansa, LOT and KLM. The variety of these operators means that you are in total control of how you reach your destination, catering to the needs of both those who wish to fly with luxury and those who prefer low-cost. Each of the airports are easily reached by both public and private transport.

Katowice

Situated in the Silesian province of Southern Poland, Katowice is home to several museums, such as the Katowice History Museum which really gives you a sense of how life in the region has been throughout the countless years of turmoil it endured during the 20th century and Nikiszowiec, a wonderfully preserved former mining community turned into a museum, which often hosts food stalls selling locally-sourced produce - perfect for those who like to leave with a bit of culture under their belts. If that doesn't tickle your fancy, the city centre is full of shops selling a range of things from home-made textiles to designer brands, and has enough bars and restaurants serving both traditional Polish and European cuisine to ensure you never go home with an empty stomach, perfect for a rest after exploring Katowice.

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