New Warsaw airport could feature an exclusive rail freight link

June 13, 2019 Alex Lennane

Discussions have started on the development of an exclusive rail freight line, part of Poland’s Solidarity Transport Hub project.
The centrepiece of the project, a new airport 35km from Warsaw, has entered its second phase and is expected to be completed by 2030.
Acting chief executive for the project Piotr Malepszak told The Loadstar the capital’s existing hub, Chopin Airport, would hit capacity in 2025, after sustained, substantial growth over the previous ...

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