Aviation in Poland is dominated by the majority government-owned LOT Polish Airlines which operates scheduled passenger and cargo services to domestic locations and international routes throughout Europe, the Middle East and North America. LOT operated an LCC, Centralwings, which was shutdown due to the highly competitive nature of the Polish low cost market with entrants Wizz Air and Ryanair offering cheaper services from a lower cost base. The main international gateway into Poland is the Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport.
The Polish Civil Aviation Office is responsible for regulatory matters regarding aviation in Poland and the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is responsible for ATC.
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