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21.12.2011

  Leaving the airplane. Passengers must remain seated with their seatbelt fastened until the aircraft has come to a complete stop and the seatbelt sign has been turned off. Leaving the plane, proceed to the bus which will take you to the terminal building. more>



Arrivals hall. The arrivals hall is the place the passengers proceed to once they have left the plane. The passenger with registered baggage waits to reclaim their baggage, while the passenger with the hand-luggage, having passed through the check-in, may leave the arrivals hall to proceed to the main terminal hall. more>



Customs clearance. The passenger may proceed to the exit marked in ‘green’ with the message ‘NOTHING TO DECLARE’, provided the passenger does not bring in any goods exceeding the passenger customs allowances. Before leaving the Arrivals Hall, all the goods exceeding the customs allowances must be declared at the ‘GOODS TO DECLARE’ desk marked in red. more>



Baggage reclaim. The baggage is provided with the baggage carousel shortly after landing. Having passed through the check-in, please look for your flight baggage reclaim area (see respective information on the screens). When your baggage comes close, pick it up from the carousel, make sure it is yours and proceed to the airport exit. As for the baby carriers of all types or child safety   seats, please reclaim them at the aircraft. more>


Lost baggage.  If you cannot find your baggage in the arrivals hall, please proceed to the Lost&Found desk, located in the Main Hall (at the Information Desk) to file a lost baggage claim. The passenger shall describe the baggage in detail using the IATA Table Codes, providing the personal details and producing the boarding pass with the baggage tag receipt. more>



Rental Car. In the main hall of the terminal there are a few car hirepositions more>



A currency exchange desk. The passengers arriving in Bydgoszcz can exchange foreign currencies in the Airport terminal building at the currency exchange desks on the ground floor and the first floor. more>


Leaving the terminal . The passengers landing in Bydgoszcz, wishing to leave the airport, must leave the terminal building. Going out of the arrivals hall you will find two terminal exits. more>

Car park. The airport in Bydgoszcz offers a car park for the passengers available for 258 cars. While approaching the airport, please turn right, then left and stop before the gate. Using the parking machine, please press the button and wait for the ticket to be printed. Note: The entry ticket must be used to pay for the parking space; please keep it - just take it with you when you leave your car. more>


How to get to the city centre.To get to the city centre, the passenger, having left the arrivals hall, can use one of the two options:Bus, line 80; the bus stop is found on the left, round the corner while leaving the terminal. The line 80 bus operates every day between the Railway Stationand the Airport and back. The bus route and timetable. more> 
 

About the region. A dynamic and expanding city with good transport links to other regional centres. A population of over 350,000 with over 45,000 students is supported by progressive services and industry more>

Virtual check-in

20.12.2011


Car park. The airport in Bydgoszcz offers a car park for the passengers available for 258 cars. While approaching the airport, please turn right, then left and stop before the gate. Using the parking machine, please press the button and wait for the ticket to be printed. Note: The entry ticket must be used to pay for the parking space; please keep it - just take it with you when you leave your car.  more>

Entering the terminal building. The terminal building can be accessed using two entrances. Once you have entered, we suggest checking-in using the check-in desk located just opposite the entrance. If you have any doubts, please contact the airport information desk just at the bottom of the stairs. On the ground floor you will also find a currency exchange desk, cash machine, and the passport check desk, and on the first floor – the restaurant, Polish postal service desk, car rental and the ticket office. more> Check-in. Before your travel, please pack your luggage in a way to avoid any security check problems. The baggage allowance for each airline is different; travelling with Ryanair, your baggage can be up to 15 or 20 kg. (depending on the option you have selected while buying the ticket). Onboard you can take only one piece of hand luggage up to 10 kg. Before leaving home, please make sure you have taken with you all the documents needed to travel: a valid ID or passport, boarding-pass print-out (check-in online for the RYANAIR airline is required).  more>


Crossing the security gate.During the security check please place all the metal items; keys, watches, belts with big buckles, mobile phones, portable music devices, coins, etc., on the special trays and place them on the X-ray screening device conveyor belt together with the entire hand luggage. The bigger trays are used for your overcoat; coats, men’s jackets, women’s jackets, which will make the security check easier and faster. Click ‘more’ to see the forbidden items. more>

 Departures hall. The departures hall is a place where the passengers wait for their flight once they have crossed the passport check. The departures hall offers the restaurant, shop, toilets and the mother-and-child facilities. As soon as the aircraft lands, you will hear the boarding call to pass from the departures hall to the aircraft. Please prepare your boarding passes and open your identity documents on the photo page for your personal details to be verified by the Ground Service. Once you leave the Departures Hall, you are asked to go to get on the bus to be taken to the aircraft. more>   Gate.Leaving and boarding the aircraft.The passenger must appear before the right gate, in the departures hall, at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure. The passengers are allowed onboard until 20 minutes before the departure. The passengers who arrive at the gate too late will not be allowed onboard. To take a later flight, the passenger must purchase a new ticket.  more>

Boarding the aircraft. The passengers with the priority pass board the aircraft first. Having boarded the aircraft, the flight attendant will ask for your boarding pass. Note: The boarding pass must be kept until you leave the airport of your final destination. The boarding pass is required if you wish to file any potential claim or to notify on the luggage loss. more>