Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport

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Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan
Paderewski Airport

Port lotniczy im. Ignacego Jana
Paderewskiego Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo
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Airport typePublic, Military
OperatorPort Lotniczy Bydgoszcz SA
Serves Bydgoszcz, Poland
Elevation  AMSL 72 m / 236 ft
Coordinates 53°05′48″N017°58′40″E / 53.09667°N 17.97778°E / 53.09667; 17.97778
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Location of airport in Poland
Direction LengthSurface
08/262,5008,202 Concrete/Asphalt
08/266502,133 Grass
Statistics (2020)
Passengers127,959 [1]

Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport( IATA : BZG, ICAO : EPBY) (Polish : Port lotniczy im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo) is a Polish regional airport in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland. It lies only 3.5 km (2.2 mi) [2] from the city centre and around 50 km from the city of Toruń. It is the eleventh largest airport in Poland in terms of passenger traffic. The airport served 413,245 passengers in 2018. It features one passenger terminal and four runways, the main being 08/26 which is 2,500 m × 60 m (8,202 ft × 197 ft). [3]


Airlines and destinations

The following airlines operate regular scheduled and charter flights at Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport: [4]

Enter Air Seasonal charter: Antalya, [5] Burgas [6]
Lufthansa Frankfurt
LOT Polish Airlines [7] Warsaw–Chopin
Seasonal: Kraków [8]
Onur Air [6] Seasonal charter: Antalya
Ryanair Birmingham, Dublin, Kyiv-Boryspil, London–Luton, London–Stansted


See source Wikidata query and sources.

PassengersFreight (kg)Movements
1999Increase2.svg 5,340Increase2.svg 120,000Increase2.svg 1,382
2000Increase2.svg 14,089-Decrease2.svg 1,254
2001Decrease2.svg 6,821-Increase2.svg 1,969
2002Increase2.svg 13,408-Increase2.svg 2,342
2003Increase2.svg 20,064-Increase2.svg 3,378
2004Increase2.svg 25,354267,854Decrease2.svg 2,359
2005Increase2.svg 38,682Increase2.svg 338,937Decrease2.svg 1,359
2006Increase2.svg 133,009Increase2.svg 340,503Increase2.svg 2,685
2007Increase2.svg 181,576Increase2.svg 411,052Increase2.svg 3,092
2008Increase2.svg 280,182Increase2.svg 483,234Increase2.svg 7,518
2009Decrease2.svg 275,352Increase2.svg 520,447Decrease2.svg 6,376
2010Increase2.svg 278,150Decrease2.svg 413,911Decrease2.svg 5,799
2011Increase2.svg 279,536-Increase2.svg 7,537
2012Increase2.svg 340,024-Decrease2.svg 7,424
2013Increase2.svg 343,726-Decrease2.svg 7,299
2014Decrease2.svg 289,329-Decrease2.svg 6,076
2015 [9] Increase2.svg 341,079-Decrease2.svg 5,793
2016Decrease2.svg 337,556-Increase2.svg 6,574
2017Decrease2.svg 331,388-Increase2.svg 6,809
2018Increase2.svg 413,245-Increase2.svg 8,763
2019Increase2.svg 425,230-Increase2.svg 11,134
2020Decrease2.svg 127,959-Decrease2.svg 6,920
Source: Bydgoszcz Airport [1]

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