The Etiuda terminal at Poland’s capital airport is closing down this weekend.
On Friday night, the Etiuda terminal at Warsaw’s Okęcie airport will be finally closed. All passengers, either on schedule or low cost airlines, are going to depart from terminal 1, and terminal 2, which opened last year.
The change will cause ticket prices to rise by about 30 zlotys, or 10 dollars.
Etiuda has been carrying mainly low cost airlines since 2004. Earlier, the prefab-type building was rented as a furniture warehouse.
Jakub Mielniczuk, spokesman at the airport, told thenews.pl that in 2008, 1,3 mln passengers went through Etiuda.
Etiuda will still be used but now as an arrival terminal only.
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