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Cheap Flights to Gdansk Airport

Cheap Flights to Gdansk Airport

Gdansk Airport (GDN) is situated approximately 12 kilometres to the north-west of Gdansk, Poland near the town of Sopot and the port city of Gdynia. The international air facility is the third largest in Poland in terms of passenger traffic, having served over 4 million passengers in 2016 alone. Finding cheap flights to Gdansk Airport is simple with Skyscanner's flight search. We can even help you compare flight prices across an entire month with our Whole Month search filter.

Best Time to Fly to Gdansk Airport

The ideal time to travel to Gdansk is during the summer months when the weather is pleasant, and there are plenty of local events and festivals to keep tourists entertained. This is also the time of year when hotel rates and flight prices are at their highest, so budget-minded customers may want to avoid travelling to the region during the high season. The winter months offer the cheapest hotel rooms and airfares, but chilly temperatures can make tourist activities and sightseeing difficult. To save on airfare while still enjoying lovely weather in Gdansk, book your trip during the spring or autumn season (April to May or September to October.

Airlines That Fly to Gdansk Airport

Flights to Gdansk Airport are served by almost two dozen international airlines, including Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, United Airlines, and WestJet. More information about airlines that fly to Gdansk Airport can be found here.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Gdansk Airport is a modern facility consisting of two terminals: Terminal 1, an older terminal that is infrequently used and only for a few departure gates; and Terminal 2, a recently-constructed building that handles the bulk of flights arriving at the airport. Outside of the main terminal, you'll find a number of convenient and economical options for travelling to the city centre. The airport is served by several city buses that transport passengers to destinations in Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia. Other transportation options from the airport are taxis, car rentals, and coach lines operated by Air-Transfer.pl, Arrivals Bus Polska, and Wagner Transport.

Airport Facilities

Among the services and facilities you'll find dotted throughout the airport's main terminal building are food concessions, cafes, retail stores, duty-free outlets, designated smoking areas, a chapel, a post office, and a children's play area. ATMs are located opposite the security check point, and a currency exchange desk is available in the main hall. Free WiFi at Gdansk Airport is available for up 15 minutes, after which you'll need to pay a fee to continue surfing.

What to See and Do in Gdansk

Being one of Poland's oldest cities, Gdansk is steeped in history and culture. The city is home to several impressive galleries and museums, including the National Museum, which showcases paintings and crafts by renowned Polish artists, and the Gdansk History Museum, located inside of the historic town hall. Other popular tourist attractions are Oliwa Zoo and The Abbots' Palace.

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