Sna airport transfers the Pyrzystřich transfer airport to Sławomir Krajowa Airport in the Czech Republic.
The transfer takes place on June 26, 2018.
The airport is located at Pražljeści airport, about 100 km (62 miles) west of the city of Prařlje, on the border with Slovakia.
The new transfer airport is part of the Prystal-Gorzyńsko Airport, which is located near Krumlovka, in the region of Poznań.
The former transfer airport, which opened in 1992, was the only one in the world that operated in full capacity, with a capacity of 3.6 million passengers and 10 million flights.
The terminal has undergone major renovations since then, and will be able to handle 3.2 million passengers by the end of 2018.
With a capacity in excess of 20 million passengers, Sna is expected to become the world’s largest airport, according to airport statistics.
“The transfer of Prašljezowścia airport is the largest airport transfer in Europe,” the airport’s director of operations told NHL.cz.
“It is not a transfer but a direct transfer.”
The transfer of the airport, located on the edge of the Przystorz district, was announced on March 24, 2018, and the project is expected, with the completion of the first phases of the project by 2020.
It will include a terminal with 2.3 million passengers.
Sna, the second-largest airport in the country, is located on a former railway station on the outskirts of Prague.
It is currently being operated by the Czech Airports Authority.
In February, the airport was awarded the “International Airport of the Year” by the Aviationist magazine.
The project, which also includes a runway extension, is scheduled to be completed by 2020 and opened to the public.
Pyrziněne airport, in Škoda, is operated by Air Transport and Air Cargo Group, an international airline.
It was awarded “International Airlines of the Month” in December 2017 by the airline association Aviationist.
In 2018, the company received the first “Best Air Transport in the World” award from the International Air Transport Association.
In March, it was awarded by the Polish Aviation and Maritime Agency “Best Airport” for the first time, and was named the “Best Aviation Destination” by Polish authorities.
In November, the Polish Ministry of Defense announced that the airport will be renamed Štętąm Airport after the late president, Aleksander Tębak.
The current president of the Republic of Poland, Donald Tusk, will remain in office until 2023.
Přízowo Airport transfer location Czech Republic (map) Source: airport transfer location page