The Polish Air Force is selling tickets to passengers who can’t get to the airport in Salzburg.
The service is only available to Polish citizens and permanent residents who have a valid passport and can get to Salzberg.
The company has been selling the ticketing service since last year.
But the airport was recently hit by a severe shortage of seats.
The Polish government has made a number of attempts to fill the gap.
The first one involved using temporary flights from a nearby city.
Now, the Polish Airforce is selling its own ticketing website and the service is now available on its own.
According to Polish government documents, the service has already served around 7,500 people, but the number is expected to increase further.
According the documents, “the service has become the largest and most popular platform for people wishing to get tickets to Salzbach Airport for the coming months.”
That is why the Polish government is launching a competition to find a buyer for the tickets.
The winners will receive a one-time payment of P5,000 (US$12) to pay for the flights.
The winner will also receive a free flight from the airport.
The website is currently under construction, and the Polish Foreign Ministry is also involved.
The ministry says that the tickets can be purchased online for around P5 ($1) per ticket, but a more accurate price can be found on the Polish Embassy’s website.