How CPK will transform logistics and operations throughout Europe? During the 'Airport/Smart Cities and Transport Connections' theme block at the Passenger Terminal Expo & Conference, Mikołaj Wild, CEO of Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK), and Danny Aoun, Board Member of Dar Group, presented the proposed greenfield airport concept, in which rail connectivity plays a leading role. The proposed design offers unlimited possibilities for the development of a fully multimodal transport hub, which will transform logistics and operations throughout Europe.

“Through CPK 180 million European Citizens will gain access to one of the most modern and integrated transport networks” – said Mikołaj Wild, CEO of CPK. “Poland is the only country in CEE capable of bearing the costs of overcoming the infrastructure gap. The tender for the construction of CPK Airport will be one of the largest in Europe” – added Mikołaj Wild.

"CPK Program is one of the largest and most complex infrastructure investments in Europe since the 1990s" – said Danny Aoun, Board Member of Dar Group. “Together with CPK, we will deliver a highly sustainable, resilient and future-ready airport."

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny prepared an exhibition presenting the progress of CPK – a new transfer airport, planned in the centre of Poland between Warsaw, the capital, and Lodz, one of the country’s largest cities. CPK’s experts, representing an ambitious Polish mobility project in the heart of Europe, answered many questions about it.

CPK's new transfer airport will be a game-changer for many people in Poland. In addition to the construction of the airport, CPK will also build a network of almost 2,000 km of railway lines, including a High-Speed Railway system, which will significantly reduce travel times to Warsaw from the largest cities. This means many smaller towns will gain new stations and connections, creating new opportunities for economic growth and development.

Mikołaj Wild, CEO of Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK)