A new airport in Poland could become one of the busiest in the world - these design concepts give a first glance at how it could look

by Ruqayyah Moynihan and Marcin Walkow

The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK), Poland's new airport, is set to open in 2027. 

Located between Warsaw and Łódź, the CPK will initially serve roughly 45 million passengers per year, with the view to eventually serve up to 100 million passengers, according to Polish government documents. This would place the new transport hub within some of the busiest airports in the world - Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was ranked as the biggest airport in the world in 2018, serving 107,394,029 passengers. 

Though LOT Polish Airlines' new hub will be inspired by some of the world's best airports, including Singapore's Jewel Changi, secretary of state at the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure Mikołaj Wild also told Business Insider in an interview that the design will ultimately be decided by an international competition between architectural firms.

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