Warsaw Chopin Airport (Polish: Lotnisko Chopina w Warszawie) (IATA: WAW, ICAO: EPWA),
is an international airport located in the Wlochy district of Warsaw, Poland. Poland's busiest airport, Warsaw Chopin handles just under 50% of
the country's air passenger traffic. Warsaw Chopin handles approximately 300 scheduled flights daily and an ever rising number of
charters. London, Chicago, Frankfurt, Paris, and Amsterdam are the busiest international connections, while Kraków, Wroclaw,
and Gdansk are the most popular domestic ones.
Formerly Warsaw-Okecie Airport (Port lotniczy Warszawa-Okecie) or Okecie International Airport, the airport bore the name of its Okecie neighborhood
throughout its history, until its renaming for Polish composer and former Warsaw resident Frédéric Chopin in 2001. Despite the official change,
"Okecie" ("Lotnisko Okecie") remains in popular and industry use, including air traffic and aerodrome references.
An underground railway station connected to Warsaw's suburban rail system was opened in June 2012 in time for the Euro 2012 football championships.