Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport (LCJ) Information

(Lodz, Western Mazovia, Poland)

The Wladyslaw Reymont Airport is one of the many regional air hubs in Poland. It services the city of Lodz, which is the third-largest city in Poland. Known for its beautiful parks and the famous Muzeum Sztuki, one of the best modern art museums in the country, Lodz is an up-and-coming tourist destination. Its airport handles just over 400,000 passengers a year.

The complex is located just south-west of the city centre, where it features good access to the outskirts of Lodz and the neighbouring city of Pabianice, to the south. Well-linked to the Polish motorway network, the airport provides good options for those exploring central Poland by car.

The facility services scheduled, seasonal and budget airlines. Currently, six airlines fly in and out of the Airport, namely Enter Air, OLT Express, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Sun d'Or and Wizz Air. These airlines provide both domestic and international connections, with leading international destinations served including the cities of Bristol, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, London, Liverpool and Rome, amongst others.

Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport (LCJ)

Address: Ulica Generala Stanislawa Maczka 35, Lodz, 94-328, Poland
Tel: +48 42 683 52 10
The Wladyslaw Reymont Airport is approximately 6 km / 4 miles to the south-west of Lodz. This one-terminal airport is an important regional hub, particularly for charter and budget airlines. Lodz has become a popular vacation destination due to its mix of old and modern attractions.



The centre of Lodz can easily be reached via the E75 (Aleja Jana Pawla II) or the 14 (Pabianicka) highways, which lead straight to the city centre. The journey takes less than 20 minutes. Additionally, the airport provides good access to other major motorways, which in turn connect the cities of Zgierz (north) and Pabianice (south).

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Visitors can make use of the airport bus service, which offers links to the Lodz Kaliska railway station. The bus departs from the airport roughly 15 minutes after each plane arrival. Public buses 65 and 55 are also on hand, providing connections to the city centre.


Taxis are a cheap and convenient way to reach Lodz city centre. The taxi stand is located just outside the terminal building. If special taxis such as minivans or station wagons are required, bookings can be made at the information counter in the terminal. Of note, the taxi journey into the city centre takes roughly 30 minutes.