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Warsaw1 stop$374
Krakow1 stop$433
Gdansk1 stop$423
Rzeszow2 stops$498
Wroclaw2 stops$480
Poznan1 stop$457
Katowice1 stop$491
Szczecin1 stop$629
Lublin1 stop$686
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FAQs - booking Poland flights

  • Which airport in Poland is an airline hub?

    You are in luck if you need an airline hub to fly into when traveling from the U.S. to Poland. The leading airline in Poland is Smartwings Poland, which has its hub at Warsaw Chopin airport. You can fly to the airport when using this airline. However, if your destination is close to the Katowice area, consider taking the Katowice International Airport (KTW).

  • Which airport can I fly into when visiting Malbork in Poland?

    Malbork Castle is the primary and largest gothic building in Europe. Many tourists visit the castle each day from across the world. When planning to visit Poland, with your first stop being the castle, you can take a flight landing at Gdansk (GDN) Airport, the nearest airport to the attraction. The airport has bus transit that can take you from the airport to a station close to the castle.

  • Which airline flying from the U.S. to Poland has many direct connections?

    American Airlines offers more direct connection flights than other airlines flying from the U.S. to Poland; in fact, the airline has the most flight destinations from the USA to Poland and worldwide. When flying to Poland, consider taking LOT Polish Airlines, the leading airline in Poland. The airline has many hubs in Poland where you can arrive.

  • Which airport should I depart from in the U.S. when traveling to Poland?

    When traveling to Poland from the U.S., consider departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, as the airport has the most destinations and is the busiest international gateway into North America. This New York City airport is comprised of six terminals interconnected by AirTrain, which is free of charge. You can also walk from one terminal to the other; however, the distances are long.

  • Will I need a visa to enter Poland?

    As in most of Europe, US nationals do not currently need a visa to enter for a duration of up to 90 days out of 180 days. This 90-day time limit applies not only to Poland, but also to the Schengen Zone as a whole. As of 2021, US citizens will need to apply for an ETIAS e-visa prior to travel.

  • Are there any nonstop flights to Poland?

    Of all the airports in Poland, there are nonstop flights from the United States that arrive in three of them. There are nonstop flights from the US to Warsaw, Krakow and Rzeszow, Poland. Nonstop flights are available from major international air hubs in the US like Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Chicago.

  • Which airport should I fly into to visit Wieliczka Salt Mine?

    Wieliczka Salt Mine is an extremely popular attraction for both international and domestic tourists. To conveniently reach the Wieliczka Salt Mine, it’s best to fly into Krakow Airport (KRK). After your flight arrives, you can take the local train operated by Koleje Małopolskie to Wieliczka from the Krakow Main Station.

  • I want to visit the Tatra Mountains, which city should I fly to?

    The Tatra Mountains, another popular destination in Poland, is most conveniently reached from Slovakia unless you’re already in Poland. Flying into Poprad–Tatry Airport (TAT) in the city of Poprad in the neighboring country of Slovakia puts you just a few miles away from the Tatra Mountains. There are also frequent buses that travel between the Tatra Mountains area and Krakow.

  • How long is the flight to Poland?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Poland takes 12h 35m, covering a distance of 4730 miles. The most popular route is New York - Warsaw with an average flight time of 8h 30m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Poland?

    The cheapest ticket to Poland from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $540 one-way, and $374 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Warsaw Frederic Chopin and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $421.

  • Which airlines fly to Poland?

    LOT & JetBlue fly the most frequently from the United States to Poland. The most popular route is from New York to Warsaw, and LOT and JetBlue fly this route the most.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Poland?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Warsaw (71% of total searches to Poland). The next most popular destinations are Krakow (16%) and Rzeszow (4%). Searches for flights to Gdansk (3%), to Wroclaw (3%) and to Katowice (1%) are also popular.

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    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Poland

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Poland flight deals.
  • There are two main airports serving the city of Warsaw in Poland: Modlin (WMI) and Chopin (WAW) airports. The main airport, however, is Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), with regular flights by known airlines such as LOT Polish Airlines. WAW is about 6.2 miles (10 km) from the city center and the closest to Warsaw.
  • The destination airport you choose depends on your desired city destination. When visiting the southern part of the country, you can land at John Paul II International Airport (KRK), about 6.8 miles (11 km) west of the city center, or north toward the Trojmiasto area by flight to Gdansk Airport (GDN).
  • If you arrive in Poland on Sunday around 10:30 am, you can catch the Sunday mass at the chapel in Wroclaw airport (WRO) terminal A, level 0. You can also attend mass during countrywide recognized holidays at 10:30 am.
  • For business travel to Poland, consider landing at Krakow Airport (KRK) and take advantage of the business lounge, near the arrivals gates. You can access the lounge using a membership program or paying at the door. Both Schengen and Non-Schengen area travelers can access the lounge.
  • If you are flying from Los Angeles Airport (LAX) to Poland, the airport is connected to a public transport system, which is helpful for timely access to the airport. Free shuttle buses connect Metro Green Line Aviation, the airport, and the city center.
  • As you’re booking your flight to Poland, you’ll have a long list of different arrival airports to choose from. Flights from the United States are available to many cities in Poland, including Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Szczecin, Katowice and more. Flights to these cities can be booked from most international US air hubs, including New York, Boston and Chicago.
  • For travelers not located near major airline hubs, you’ll most likely have a single layover between the United States and Poland. Some of the most common layover points on flights headed to Poland from smaller cities in the United States include Chicago, London, Frankfurt and Toronto.
  • If you’ll be traveling throughout Western Poland, it can actually be more convenient to fly into the nearby cities of Berlin, Germany, or Dresden, Germany, further south. Western Poland isn’t served by many Polish airports, and both Dresden and Berlin are major international air hubs that offer flights to and from many countries, including cities in the US like New York and Los Angeles.
  • To go to Auschwitz from the US, you’ll have to fly into Krakow. Some of the most common routes depart from New York (JFK) and have a layover in cities like Warsaw and Frankfurt.
  • If you want to visit multiple cities in Poland after a flight from the US, you might consider landing in Warsaw. This international airport welcomes nonstop flights from the US and is a hub for airlines like LOT Polish Airlines and Wizz Air.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Poland

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Poland? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Flight was delayed. Had to get rebooked. Diamond medallion but stuck in a crappy seat. Rebooked flight then got delayed again. Then when we finally boarded, we waited another hour for a new crew. Then landed in JFK and sat for another 40 minutes waiting for a crew to come to the gate to be able to deplane. Hot mess all around, which unfortunately is becoming the norm for Delta

2.0 MediocreDan, Jul 2024AUS - JFK
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Flight was delayed. Had to get rebooked. Diamond medallion but stuck in a crappy seat. Rebooked flight then got delayed again. Then when we finally boarded, we waited another hour for a new crew. Then landed in JFK and sat for another 40 minutes waiting for a crew to come to the gate to be able to deplane. Hot mess all around, which unfortunately is becoming the norm for Delta

It was terrible! Two hour delays, poor in flight service, made us check our carry on even though there was plenty of overhead storage

Terrible flight Delayed for over an hour without a reason Told all over head storage was full. It was not. Made to check our bags. What a terrible experience. Fly American.

Older plane and it came with Fleas and flea bites!

My seat was moved closer to the front of the cabin since I had requested wheelchair assistance to the gate.

Rough day of travel all the way around. Wrong info given to us multiple times and mistakes in their booking making our trip 10 hours longer than planned. I’m bummed because I fly Delta all the time and love them. Mistakes happen. Just bummed that this was a rare trip our whole family was traveling together.

Still room for improvement in food and beverage selection: bring back Cognac

Flight was canceled so it was not a great experience. Boarded, then deboarded. Delayed, boarded a new plane then deboarded the 2nd plane and flight was canceled. Then booked a fight to Rome and took a train to Venice the next day. Lost an entire day +

My seat was changed at the last minute and I was moved to the last row, right next to the bathroom despite selecting my seat well in advance. I was also made to check my carry on due to space but when I got on the plane there was significant empty overhead space. Picking up my carry on from the luggage carousel added time to my trip which had already been extended due to delay.

All good on Delta's part. Passengers could be a little more courteous to each other.

Flight WAW-ORD flight attendants were really rude, no smile at all. Except one young girl working in aft part of the cabin. They were talking only in Polish. After 4th/5th time asking in english, they were answering in english. Not the best approach to the pax.

The flight was delayed by an hour which caused me to lose my car rental in Vilnius

All good! But sandwiches for breakfast need to be warm!!!!! Not cold!!! You do not want anything cold in your stomach in the morning!… think about it!

The flight was very bad, the food and the staff was very rude. My last time with them

LOT airlines wasn't the best. They had trouble with boarding and they didn't have my information on file the right way. They change last minute details without us knowing and everything was a HOT MESS. Lot airlines also lost my baggae which was the carseat and haven't responded to any of my emails.

Lost my suitcase. And communication was poor. No offers of compensation for over 24 hour delay of bag

The worst experience ever! They never told me I had to transfer my ticket at the ticket transfer counter. They moved me to a flight leaving the next day, which was also heavily delayed. The staff at the airport were rude and not helpfull. I'll never travel with this airline again and will not recommend it

Garbage airline at a premium price. Both ways was unable to purchase seats before checking. Called, messaged on Facebook, and emailed. All three times staff said I could, and gave me form responses on how to, despite providing screenshots/explaining beforehand showing I couldn't. At check-in both times they sat me and my wife separately, despite booking together. Both legs the USB port in my entertainment system was broken. Food is atrocious. Seats are old and uncomfortable, and struggle to adjust. Toilets were like portapotties at a concert.

Would have liked to have Wi-Fi on the longer flight (nyc-Warsaw)

My flight was cancelled and I went through hell to get it fixed, with no help from the website I booked it on. My reservation was cancelled AGAIN by the site I booked on without my knowledge a week later. The flight itself that I finally got on was awful. Drunk man belligerent the entire flight, I don't understand how he was allowed on the flight.

They were charging $$$ for first glass of wine. That first glass should be included in such a high price.

My outbound flight was incredible... Milan to Chicago. The crew worked so well together. Each passenger felt spoiled and incredibly valued. The crew on this flight was fine. Nothing to complain specifically about but could not give top rating only because of the superior crew, hospitality, warmth we felt on the first flight. Unfortunately. You managed to lose my luggage only piece checked in. Lost in Copenhagen so I had the added stress, time wasted to file the report. To make things worse, Italian rail decided to strike that Sunday so I could not take the train as planned back to Switzerland. Horrible waiting time and poor communication for boarding substitution bus. The substition bus to the town of Stabio did not run on time and was late about 40 minutes.

It was difficult to order a children's meal via online or the SAS app. Otherwise, flight crew and experience was great

it was amazing. the staff was great and the flight was amazing

Had my knees pushed by the airline chair the whole flight and the SAS flight attendant said the have a right to have it down all the way even if it’s right on my knees hurting me!! I asked them to push it just a touch so it wouldn’t be like that and they dad refused and said it’s his right to have it like that for his daughter that looks to be around 8-10 years old

Flight was canceled and the crew on the ground/front desk were I’ll equipped to handle. One woman was left to handle 150 passengers while her colleagues stood there saying: just 5 more minutes repeatedly.

Good could have been better. Comfort was fine with decent leg room and seat comfort. Would have appreciated a USB-C charger port.

Boarding and crew were excellent. Seat could have been more comfortable (hard on lower back).

We endes up sitting separate because J refuse to pay for a seat when I already paid for a ticket. Bummer. Food was pretty bad and we had to pay for wine. We flew through rough weather. I guess it’s all about reducing cost. Movies were good though.

Other than a delay that had nothing to do with the staff, it was a very pleasant experience.

Leg room is good, food is average, crew is not friendly

The crew was amazing! They were attentive and super polite, clearly very well trained in customer service. Very well run flight altogether!

Hated the food. Flew many business class flights on this flight little privacy should be more secluded Staff was great

The plane was comfortable and spacious. Unfortunately it was delayed and I had to pay for coffee.

It was horrible!! The plane was old and outdated. The AC was not adjustable and got me and my daughter sick because we couldn’t redirect it away from us. Absolutely no leg space. The food was garbage. Horrific experience! Shame on Lufthansa to use such trash airplanes.

This was not a UA flight. This was Lufthansa. Good experience overall

Very bad flights I lost my luggage for both sides

This time it was not good. The plane was not clean. It had a bad smell as if the cabin was not cleaned properly. The small sit pillows were dirty and blankets (even though they were packaged) did mot smell clean. Decaf coffee was disgusting and tasted like instant coffee.

After a bad experience of traveling with United airlines long time ago I decided to give them a second chance. And again it was bad. The flight from Jacksonville to Washington was almost 4 hours delayed. Due to that my flights to Munich and Warsaw had to be rescheduled. As a result I had to travel through Frankfurt. And my checked in luggage did not arrive from Frankfurt to Warsaw with me. Warsaw was not my final destination and I had to figure out a way to deliver my luggage to my destination. On top of everything my Delsey luggage got 2 cracks. Is anybody going to be responsible for that???

We bought tickets with Lufthanza from Kayak for flight operated by United..

Access to movies was nice, food not bad, and landing was smooth. Cramming us in like sardines is not fun. A little more space to bend down to get a bag or not touch my neighbors arm because we’re so close would be better for a 9 hour flight. Whomever designed the seating and you, who bought these planes, clearly are NOT interested in customers’ comfort. So stop pretending you do. Also, if you want traveler’s to check their bags so there is space to store carry one, don’t charge so much to check baggage. Seriously?!

The online flight scheduler only assigned 3 hours to get from Gatwick to heathrow. This is not enough time for a normal transit between the two airports. I had to run and hire a taxi because the bus and train would take too long. After paying a 150 Taxi I arrived at the gate just before it closed.

The leg room on the plane was the smallest I have encountered in all my travels. Ił only 5’4

We got our seats and was surprised at the half empty plane, so had a very good hostess and we enjoyed the whole flight back home, so the only thing we had to wait for was the passenger assistance that was not there and had to wait about 20 mins on the jetway.

Initially there was delays due to weather so we were grounded. Once we got off the ground, they were quick to turn of the seat belt sign and give us drinks and snacks. No complaints about the flight. It was very full.

The only issue I had with the flight is that dinner took a long time to come even regardless of the turbulence we experienced. The flight attendants kept disappearing while serving people and kept some people waiting. Which caused them to forget to serve me some tea. It was resolved eventually. Just a small complaint. Maybe there's other reasons but overall the flight wasn't bad.

The check in lady was the best I have seen at JFK she was very nice

The perfect jet stream back saved over 1 hour in the air.

Crew could not even try to accommodate my food request. Phone Charging USB thing was not working.

They cancelled the flight from Dallas to London and rebooked following day causing a lot of pain

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