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Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is an international airport located in the Okęcie district of Warsaw in Poland. Formerly Okęcie International Airport, it is named after the famous Polish composer and former Warsaw resident, Frederic Chopin. It is Poland’s busiest airport, handling just under 50% of the country’s air passenger traffic. The Frederic Chopin International Airport is by far the biggest in Poland, covering an impressive 834 hectares of land. Nine million people traveled to over 80 destinations in 2008, a passenger growth of 2% from the year before. Warsaw Airport handles approximately 100 scheduled flights daily and an ever rising number of charters. London, Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam are the busiest international connections, while Kraków, Wrocław and Gdańsk are the most popular domestic ones. The long awaited conversion of a former military airfield north of the city into Warsaw’s second international airport for low-cost carriers is, as of May 2008, still awaiting government approval on environmental grounds, but due to proximity to bird migration routes and protected bird sanctuary wetlands, may be delayed or ultimately blocked. Modlin is also to service charter carriers and in some undefined future, cargo, but due to chronic delays in commencing needed construction, is not expected to become operational until 2011 at the earliest. Meanwhile other regional military airports at Sochaczew and Radom are being readied by their local governments and private investors to compete with Modlin for Warsaw-region low cost passenger traffic and cargo. You fill find rent a car company in the public area of Terminal 1 Arrival Hall. Traveling from town to the airport? Head to Warsaw Central Station for buses, or if you are traveling by your own set of wheels then find the Zwirki i Wigury Street. It takes you all the way from Warsaw centre directly to the airport.