If you read our articles, you will know that travelling by plane is probably the most convenient way of getting to Gdansk. First of all it’s a time saver and secondly, thanks to many cheap airlines, you will not have to spend a lot of money to come to gdansk. Here is a short summary of all flights going to and leaving from Gdansk Airport.
First of all, Gdansk Airport is officially called Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport. It is located on Juliusza Slowackiego 200 street and travelling by car from the airport to the centre, should not take more than 20 minutes (rush hour is a different story). This airport is your choice when travelling to Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot, Ustka, Kolobrzeg, Koscierzyna and other cities in the Pommerania region.
As you can see on the below map, Gdansk is directly connected with many cities around Europe. If you’re travelling from outside of Europe, you’ll have to swich on your way (probably in Frankfurt or Warsaw).
Here you can find an updated list of all carriers operating on Gdansk Airport.
If you want to save some money and want your travel to be very affordable, you’ll probably choose Norwegian, Wizzair or Ryanair.
Norwegian will get you to Gdansk Airport from:
Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim.
Wizzair will get you to Gdansk Airport from:
Barcelona El Prat, Bergen, Billund, Brussels Charleroi, Cologne, Doncaster/Sheffield, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Gothenburg Landvetter, Grenoble, Groningen, Hamburg Airport, Hamburg Lubeck, Haugesund, Kristiansand, Kyiv Zhulyany, Liverpool, London Luton, Maastricht Aachen, Malmo, Malta, Milan Bergamo, Molde, Oslo Sandefjord Torp, Paris Beauvais, Reykjavik, Rome Fiumicino, Stavanger, Stockholm Skavsta, Trondheim and Turku (Finland).
Ryanair will get you to Gdansk Airport from:
Alicante, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cork, Cracow, Dublin, Edinburgh , Leeds, London, Malta, Manchester, Milano, Newcstle, Oslo, Pisa, Rome, Stockholm, Warsaw.