History

2006
Extention of Terminal 2.
2006
Another low-cost carrier PLL Centralwings launched regular flights.
2006
The runway was extended in lenght up to 2600m and in width about 45 m.
2006
The airport gained a new name: Lodz Władysław Reymont Airport Ltd.
13.12.2005
The flights to Warsaw were restored again after the break.
30.10.2005
Special bus line "L" was set to connect the airport with the Rail Station "Łódź Fabryczna".
30.10.2005
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair started operation of the new regular flights.
29.10.2005
The new provisional Terminal No 2 with annual capacity of 500 000 pax was opened.
2005
The apron was extended as well as the runway up to 2100m.
2004
First international flight from Lodz to Munich was launched. It was operated by the EAE.