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Open terminal Warsaw airport


International airport Warsaw Chopin, Warsaw, opened renovated terminal modernization works and the restoration of which lasted about 2.5 years.

Now the building of the old airport terminal, which area was expanded to 60000 square meters, connected to the new building, which opened in 2007. Area areas for trade and public catering has also been redesigned and expanded (3000 and 2500 square meters respectively), and in the registration hall started 48 racks of reception of Luggage and issuing boarding documents.

Now passengers airport Warsaw became available, 10 restaurants and cafes of different categories, including fast food restaurant McDonald's.

The observation deck at the airport, which was closed before the reconstruction, re-opened to visitors, but now it is covered with a protective glass dome, which provides additional security to tourists, but also worsens the conditions for photographing.

In addition, the building of the old terminal of the Warsaw airport in the renovation process lost its famous red roofs — now a large part of the roof (about 80%) cover plate of the solar power plant. According to estimates of engineers in the cloudless Sunny weather the plant will provide up to 1/5 of the needs of the terminal with electricity.

Due to such large-scale reconstruction of the airport. Chopin in Warsaw, according to his administration, in the coming years will become the largest in Central Europe.

Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 26.05.2015

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