Cheapest car hire in Lodz Airport
*daily rates in Lodz Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about Lodz Airport
- Lodz Airport is alternatively known as the Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport.
- It was named after a Nobel Prize winning Polish writer called Wladyslaw Reymont.
- Lodz is a regional airport.
- Ryanair is the main airport to use Lodz Airport.
- Although Lodz is the third largest city in Poland the airport is very small.
- If you're flying into Lodz airport and renting a car, you'll find class-leading rental agents such as Avis, Budget, Europcar and Sixt all based within the airport terminal.
Lodz Airport Mini Guide
Why Should I Consider a Cheap Flight to Lodz?
If you’re looking for an unusual city break, consider Lodz. It’s an industrial city but its heritage, dating from the time of the industrial revolution, has left it with fine architecture to rival that of Paris
. It has the longest commercial street in Europe in Piotrkowska Street which positively drips with 19th century classic architecture. Lodz also has chilling reminders of the horrors of war and of genocide with the Jewish cemetery being the largest in Europe and the Litzmannstadt Ghetto perpetuating the memory of the thousands of Jewish citizens herded there to be worked to the death by their Nazi masters.
What’s the Best way of Getting to Lodz?
Lodz Airport accepts many flights from the UK
; in fact UK flights make up over half of the flights that land there. Ryanair and Wizzair, both budget airlines, have routes from many regional airports reducing the cost of transport for adventurous tourists. Rhino offer low cost car hire at the airport to further stretch your holiday budget and you can pre-book your car hire at unbeatable rates from this page. Alternatives include taking the local bus for the three mile journey to the city centre or a taxi.
What is the Airport Like?
Lodz’s proximity to the country’s capital, Warsaw, and its status as an industrial city, meant that it suffered a decline in traffic after the end of the Second World War and eventually closed in the 50s. Major works at the airport and a concerted effort to bring budget airlines to the city led to it reopening just fifteen years ago since when it has been treated to a new terminal building in 2005 and an extension to the runway two years later. It’s still one of the smallest airports in the country compared to the size of the city it serves but is expected to grow in the next decade.
What Facilities can I Expect When I’m Waiting for my Return Flight?
Sadly facilities are quite limited but don’t forget that this is a particularly small airport. There is a single duty free style shop where only non-EU citizens can benefit from the lower prices on mainly Polish vodka and Polish cigarettes. There is a small café/bar serving drinks plus light snacks and little else. The hope is that further expansion of the airport will see what is an international airport, gain more of the facilities which are associated with airports of its type.
Latest Update from Lodz Airport:
- Ryanair's flight to Edinburgh
will cease this October after it proved less profitable. New Polish airline OLT Express are adding eight new routes to Lodz Airport from the end of October with the flight to Krakow
starting at the beginning of July.