Throughout its thousand-year history, Gdansk has never been so closely connected to Europe, with Airbaltic, Finnair, KLM, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, LOT, Ryanair, SAS and Wizzair planes landing regularly at the city’s airport. Charter traffic is also steadily growing. In total, you can reach Gdansk from over 60 cities! Some carriers (low-cost airlines) offer excellent prices. Provided you buy the tickets in advance and on appropriate days, you might be able to fly to Gdansk for less than a hundred zlotys.
Most of the direct flights involve connections to and from cities in Great Britain (11), Norway (9) and Germany (5). Reykjavík and Tromsø are the northernmost destinations you can reach from Gdansk, extending to Eilat in Israel to the South, Lisbon to the West and Kharkiv to the East.
A detailed map of destinations can be found HERE.
How to reach the airport, and how to reach the city?
Buses to and from the airport operate on a regular and frequent basis. The route takes around 40 minutes, and a tickets cost PLN 3.20.
Sopot – Kamienny Potok SKM – Port Lotniczy Bus Route 122
Gdansk Dworzec Glowny PKP – Wrzeszcz PKP – Port Lotniczy: Bus Route N3
For more information, go to: www.ztm.gda.pl
The Railway is certainly the best way to reach the city or the airport, taking around 25 minutes.
The SKM trains on the Gdansk-Wrzeszcz – Port Lotniczy – Gdynia Glowna route arrive every 30 minutes, while the trains on the Gdansk Glowny – Port Lotniczy – Kartuzy route and the Gdynia Glowna – Port Lotniczy – Koscierzyna route arrive every hour.
In SKM trains, the SKM kilometre tariff applies (also on journeys with an interchange at Wrzeszcz going towards Gdansk Srodmiescie or Sopot). Passengers can also purchase municipal zone tickets for Gdansk for PLN 3.50 (full-fare), allowing them to reach any SKM station in the city.
Tickets can be bought at the service points and vending machines found at the station or on the trains themselves.
The Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway station can be found directly by the T2 passenger terminal and is connected to it via a dedicated tunnel.
For more information, go to: skm.pkp.pl
If you value time and convenience, then a taxi is the best option to choose. The fare to Gdansk’s centre is about PLN 60, and the journey takes 20 minutes. It’s best that you pick a car which has a recommendation of the airport on it. That’s a guarantee of a fair price and good service.
Remember that you can also rent a car. There’s no shortage of car rental companies at the airport, which gives you a wide variety of vehicles to choose from.