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مُساهمةموضوع: ابراهيم مبارك   الإثنين ديسمبر 14, 2009 5:46 pm





Located
at the crossroads of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Persian
Gulf, Cairo International Airport is poised to become the gateway to
Africa and the Middle East and a regional hub for millions of visitors
to Egypt. The Ministry of Civil Aviation along with the Egyptian
Holding Company for Airports & Air Navigation and the Cairo Airport
Company have embarked on a long-term development plan to upgrade and
modernize its facilities, increase its capacities and set a new
standard of service in the region. Cairo Airport's mission is to become
a passenger and cargo hub for the Middle East North Africa region
(MENA).
The plan is to achieve the
top levels of service by rising to global competitive levels and
gradually applying air transport liberisation policies. Part of the
airport's strategy includes working closely with EgyptAir, who recently
joined the Star Alliance group, as well as its partner airlines. The
opening of the 211,000 m2 Terminal 3 will double the capacity of the
current facilities to 22 million annual passengers.
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Located
at the crossroads of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Persian
Gulf, Cairo International Airport is poised to become the gateway to
Africa and the Middle East and a regional hub for millions of visitors
to Egypt. The Ministry of Civil Aviation along with the Egyptian
Holding Company for Airports & Air Navigation and the Cairo Airport
Company have embarked on a long-term development plan to upgrade and
modernize its facilities, increase its capacities and set a new
standard of service in the region. Cairo Airport's mission is to become
a passenger and cargo hub for the Middle East North Africa region
(MENA).
The plan is to achieve the
top levels of service by rising to global competitive levels and
gradually applying air transport liberisation policies. Part of the
airport's strategy includes working closely with EgyptAir, who recently
joined the Star Alliance group, as well as its partner airlines. The
opening of the 211,000 m2 Terminal 3 will double the capacity of the
current facilities to 22 million annual passengers.
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Fly John Paul II


Throughout your stay, monuments and buildings dedicated to Krakow's most famous son
will be inescapable, so what better way to begin your initiation than
by touching down on the runway of John Paul II International Airport.
Recent expansion and renovation of the former military airbase has
increased the annual capacity of passengers to over 3 million. With
tourism continuing to rise and Krakow becoming increasing important
commercially and economically, this number will continue to grow.



Though much of Krakow airport is brand new and, despite the holy name,
they haven't yet found a miracle way of curing the problem of flight
delays both in and out of Poland. For those times when the inevitable
strikes, it's good to know help is on hand and Balice (as its otherwise
known) is fully equipped and handicap-accessible. Here's a run down of
the essentials...


Info Desk ­Can't miss it, slap bang in the middle of the main terminal. All English speakers to boot.


Mother and baby ­ Open 24/7 and found on the upper floor of the terminal. Free of charge.


Chapel ­ Say a pre-flight prayer or attend Mass on Sunday (10am). Mezzanine.


First Aid ­ Ground floor of the terminal area should you need it.


Cash ­ Two bureaus de change, a Polish bank and a cash machine await you at arrivals for all your monetary needs.


Post Office
­ Run out of stamps and still have postcards to send? Don't worry, the
post office is on hand Monday ­- Friday, 8:45am -­ 2:45pm.

Tickets ­ Further trips planned or made a
boo-boo with your e-ticket? The ticket office is located alongside the
bank, change bureaus and car rental outlets.


Executive Lounge
­ Feel like being pampered? Foreign newspapers and magazines as well as
serve-service buffet are on hand in a luxury environment all for little
more than a tenner. Internet connections and foreign TV channels
provide a home away from home.

VIP Lounge ­ Capacity for 14, equipped with
facilities to make you feel extra special before take-off. Prior
booking required (+48 012 639 30 54)

Food and Drink ­ No McDonald's or Starbucks, but a handful of snack bars and cafes
on both floors as well as an outdoor café during the summer months. In
a rush? Various vending machines will happily eat up the last of your
Polish shrapnel. Once you're through passport control, there are more
cafés on hand should a frisking reveal a previously undiscovered wad of
Polish zloty.

Shops ­ Whether it be reading material, Polish-themed souvenirs, alcohol or jewellery, shops
on the upper floor of the passenger terminal are ready and waiting to
relieve you of any remaining zloty. Didn't buy enough amber or vodka
while in Krakow? Think of this as last chance saloon.

Duty Free ­ Located after ticket/passport
control, have your boarding card at the ready to take advantage of
cheap cosmetics, alcohol, sweets and souvenirs. This really is your
last chance.

Travel Agencies ­ On hand if necessary but the smart and savvy will know Cracow Life already has the answers!


Rent a car
­Can't miss these guys. All your international friends plus their
Polish counterparts are waiting by arrivals in the main terminal.

Parking ­Should you need it, you'll pay 5
PLN (£1, $1.25) for cars per hour on short stay, longer stay works out
at 40 PLN for days 1-2, 20 PLN thereafter.


I'm here. Now what?


Krakow airport actually lies 11km west of the city but getting to the centre and to the haven of your Krakow hotel or Krakow apartment is pretty straightforward. Outside of hiring a car and driving yourself, you've got three options:


BUS Cheap, cheerful and by no means a bad option, MKS provides a
frequent bus service from the airport to the city centre. The bus stop
is just to the right on exiting the airport and tickets are available
either from the ticket machine (2.50 PLN) next to the information point
in the passenger terminal or on board (3 PLN). Be aware that if you
have any baggage larger than a rucksack, you'll be expected to purchase
an additional ticket for this. Stamp tickets immediately after boarding
to avoid fines.


The 192 service runs approximately every 20 minutes from 4:45am to just after 11pm. Alight at the main station,­ Dworec Glowny, where you'll find maps, info points, public transport connections and you'll be a mere 5 minutes walk from the main square.
An alternative 208 service runs slightly less frequently though this is
for those staying near to the Nowy Kleparz district. For both services,
it's worth remembering that these services are not exclusive airport
services and are normally pretty packed by about the halfway point of
the journey. Journey time 25-35 minutes. Check out the MPK website for exact times and routes.


TAXI If the thought of busing it with luggage after your flight doesn't appeal, taxis will be on hand immediately upon leaving departures. A trip to the centre shouldn't cost more than 70 PLN (about 17 GBP, 22 EUR or 33 USD). Much more than that and they've seen you coming...


If you're looking to take the hassle out of the final leg of your
journey or don't fancy being taken for a less pleasant ride, why not
use our Krakow taxi transfer
service and we'll take care of it! For 70 zloty we'll put your name on
a board, wait for you at arrivals and take care of your baggage for you
-­ the stress-free way to arrive in style.


TRAIN Bit of a locomotive enthusiast? A recently opened service connecting the main rail station, Dworec Glowny,
with Krakow airport runs approximately every half hour from 4am until
midnight. Tickets are available on board for 6 PLN (£1.50, 2 Euros).
The platform is approximately 200 metres from the passenger terminal
though a free shuttle bus is on hand for the weary. Journey time is
approx. 15 minutes.



Other Polish Airports


Here's some great information about the airport in Warsaw from our top sister site, Warsaw Life.


Hopefully your plane won't get diverted due to fog or snow, but just in
case, you can find out a lot more about other airports in major Polish
cities on our sister sites, including Wroclaw Airport and Gdansk Airport.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ابراهيم مبارك   الإثنين ديسمبر 14, 2009 5:48 pm



Budget
airline easyJet called today for a public inquiry into controversial
proposals to extend the runway at George Best Belfast City Airport.

Amid growing speculation that planners are set to give the green light
to the 600-metre extension, the operator urged the British government
not to make a decision until the pubic had their say.

The runway plan would allow planes with heavier fuel loads to take off,
opening up further-afield destinations in Europe and the Mediterranean.

But it has been met with opposition from a number of local residents
near the east Belfast hub who claim it would see noise levels rise to
unbearable levels.

The proposals are being backed by one of easyJet’s main competitors
Ryanair which hopes to fly its larger aircraft out of the airport.

EasyJet’s intervention, in the form of an open letter to Stormont
Environment Minister Edwin Poots, comes a week after another of
Ryanair’s rivals – Flybe - raised concerns about the plan.

EasyJet UK General Manager Paul Simmons said airlines, passengers and
local residents had the right to clear answers on the proposals and a
chance to make their voice heard as part of a public inquiry before any
decision is taken.

“There can simply be no credence to any decision to back the runway
extension until a regional Aviation Strategy has been agreed and what
Northern Ireland needs right now is a strategic review on optimal
runway capacity overall for the Belfast market,” he wrote.

Mr Poots will have the final say on the plans once the recommendation of planning officials is received.

The majority of easyJet flights in and out of Northern Ireland use the
International Airport at Aldergrove, about 20 miles from Belfast, but
the airline recently unveiled plans to operate a route to London Luton
from George Best Airport.

Mr Simmons posed Mr Poots five questions in the letter:

* Why does the Northern Ireland Government consider it necessary to
create more airport capacity when there is no shortage in Northern
Ireland?

* Considering that major airlines such as easyJet, BMI and Flybe
already operate from City’s existing runway, where does the Environment
Ministry see the benefit of a runway extension at City Airport?

* Considering that only one airline appears to favour the extension,
what guarantees does the Ministry have that this airline will continue
to fly from City airport?

* How much will the runway extension cost?

* Will passengers of airlines which oppose this unnecessary investment be forced to pay for it via higher airport costs?

A spokesman for Mr Poots said the minister would examine the matters noted by easyJet.

“The issues raised in the letter will be considered in the context of
the current planning application and a response will issue in due
course,” he said.

“The application is under consideration and a decision will be made on the way forward as soon as it is possible to do so.”


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