Transportation from Warsaw City Center to Modlin Masovia Airport
Transportation means such as bus, train, taxi or car rental are used to reach Modlin Masovia Airport, which is 35 kilometers from Warsaw city center. It takes about an hour to reach the city center by train and bus. For this reason, it is beneficial to leave early on the way to the airport.
To get to the airport by taxi from the city center, you can go to a nearby taxi stand and negotiate the fare, making a quick but easy-going journey. Those who prefer to rent a car instead of this journey, which takes 35-40 minutes, can apply online or directly to the offices in the city center.
In addition, special buses called Modlinbus, which are widely used in this region, also depart from the train station in the city center. Modlinbus gives passengers going to the airport the opportunity to have a comfortable and fast journey.
In addition, the Koleje Mazowieckie trains departing from the station in the city center carry passengers between Modlin Mazovia and Frédéric Chopin Airports every 20-30 minutes.
Transportation from Warsaw City Center to Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport
Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport is approximately 10 kilometers from the city center and there are transportation options such as bus, train, taxi or car rental from the city center to the airport.
Those who want to go to the airport by bus from the city center use bus lines 175 and 188 during the day and N32 at night. Line 175 operates between 04:27 - 22:58, line 188 operates between 04:47 - 23:18, and line N32 operates between 23:15 - 04:49.
Passengers who will reach the airport by taking the high-speed train from the city center use the S3 train line.
The fastest way to get to the airport from the city center is to take a taxi or rent a car. Vehicle delivery, parking etc. Since there will be no such procedures, a taxi may be more advantageous than renting a car in this sense.
Transportation from Kos Airport to City Center
Kos Airport is the main airport of the Greek island of Kos, located just off Bodrum. Kos Island is also known as Kos in Turkey. The transportation network between the airport and the city center is quite good for an island, as the island's economy is largely based on tourism.
There are buses of KTEL company departing from the airport to many parts of the island. The most used of these routes is the route to Mastichari Port and Kos city center. The bus departing from the airport first stops at Mastichari Port and continues to Kos city center from there. Between Mondays and Saturdays, the flights start at 07.55 in the morning and end at 19.50 in the evening and there are 8 flights in total. On Sundays, there are only three flights departing at 08.25, 11.20 and 16.00.
Buses departing from the airport to Kefalos, on the other hand, depart approximately every 3 hours between 10.35 in the morning and 21.35 in the evening between Mondays and Saturdays, and there are 5 flights in total. On Sundays, there are only three flights departing at 10.35, 13.35 and 17.35.
Finally, there are buses going in the direction of Kardamena. These buses run between 08.55 in the morning and 21.35 in the evening, between Monday and Saturday, approximately every three hours, seven times in total. On Sundays, there are only three flights departing at 10.35, 13.35 and 17.35.
These hours may change according to the season, so it's a good idea to check the official website.
The bus stop is only 50 meters away after exiting the terminal building. You can pay the necessary fee for the journey to the driver and only in cash.
Another option is to take a taxi. You can see the taxi rank as soon as you exit the arrivals floor. It is possible to find a taxi at the airport 24/7 in summer and winter. In other words, it is possible to find a taxi at the airport even if your flight is delayed or if you arrive at the island late at night.
Only during the high season, between June and September, you may find it difficult to find a taxi as tourists pile up on the island and you may have to wait in line for a very long time. To avoid this, you can book your taxi before you arrive. The distance between the airport and the city center is approximately 24 km and the journey takes an average of 30 minutes.
You can also consider hiring a car, as there are so many places to see in Kos. The price you will pay for a taxi for your transfer from the airport to the city center is roughly equal to the one-day rental price of a rental car in the middle segment. By renting a car from the airport, you will both avoid your airport transfer and have the chance to see the beauties of Kos with your own rhythm.