Three million of passengers served in the first quarter of 2007.
More than three million of passengers were served by the airlines operating in regular traffic in Poland. More than a half of them were budget airlines customers.
The leading airline in Poland is PLL LOT, which carried more than 1 million passengers, and its market share was 32,64 per cent. The second was Ryanair (516 thousand passengers, market share 15,04 per cent) and Wizzair placed third (496 thousand passengers, market share 14,45 percent)
Budget airlines are still strengthening their position on Polish airline market. Ryanair served 212 thousand passengers in the first quarter of 2006 (a rise to 516 thousand in 2007) and Hungarian Wizzair carried 399 thousand passengers in the first quarter of 2007 (a rise to 496 thousand in 2007).
The President of Civil Aviation Office authorized 53, from/to Poland, flight schedules, notified by foreign airlines for the SUMMER 2007 season. Among the foreign airlines, Wizzair has the largest offer of regular flights (53 flights), the second is Ryanair (32 flights), the third position belongs to Sky Europe (21 flights) and Norwegian Air Shuttle is fourth (15 flights). The most popular airport is still Warsaw Okęcie. 29 foreign airlines offer flights from and to the capital. The second busiest airport is Kraków with 17 foreign airlines operating there. Foreign airlines also provide regular flights from and to Gdańsk, Poznań, Katowice, Rzeszów, Łódź, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz and Wrocław.