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Dreamliner visiting BZG - gallery


The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner of Lot Polish Airlines (registration number SP-LRA) was landing at Bydgoszcz International Airport for training flights from November 28, 2012. Take a look at Dreamliner's visit at BZG:

The LOT Dreamliner at Bydgoszcz Airport


The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner of Lot Polish Airlines (registration number SP-LRA) will land at Bydgoszcz International Airport for training flights. From 28 of November to 8 of December the pilots will be operating on the route Krakow-Bydgoszcz-Krakow.



A convenient location of Bydgoszcz along with a constantly expanding transportation network make it a dynamically developing city.



There is no city in northern Poland that could rival Toruń - the city that has been registered on the UNESCO International Heritage List.

Passenger traffic at BZG in October


Passenger numbers grow by 26% in October compared to the same month in the prior year at Bydgoszcz Airport.

Passenger number 300 000 in BZG!


Today, 5th November 2012, we were delighted to welcome historical passenger number 300 000 at Bydgoszcz Airport.

Ryanair celebrates its 7th anniversary in Bydgoszcz Airport


Bydgoszcz Airport and Ryanair celebrates 7th anniversary of cooperation. 7 years ago on the 30th October 2005 at 1:35 p.m. the first Ryanair flight took off from Bydgoszcz to London Stansted.

Plus Camerimage - fly to Bydgoszcz


If you are coming to Bydgoszcz to 20th Anniversary Edition of International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, please check the flight schedule.

Go to Düsseldorf-Weeze from BZG


The flight to Düsseldorf-Weeze gives you the full range of possibilities. After just 90 minutes of air travel you will be 10 km from Netherland’s boarder. If you like to continue your journey by car, in 1 h you can get to Eindhoven and Düsseldorf City Center. Amsterdam is reachable in 2 h.

Fog paralysed Bydgoszcz Airport


A thick fog across Poland caused troubles for travellers at Bydgoszcz Airport at Sunday (21.10.2012). All flights at Bydgoszcz Airport were canceled or diverted due to heavy fog.
Flights from London Stansted, Glasgow Prestwick and Dusseldorf Weeze were rerouted to Gdansk Airport. Bydgoszcz Airport was forced to cancel flights to Warsaw.