Koleje Mazowieckie Trains

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Koleje Mazowieckie trains on Warsaw-Modlin route are operated by modern Elf trains which have been purchased specially for that route.To ensure passenger comfort there are 190 seats on each train.Passengers can use specially installed extra luggage compartments and comfortable passenger seats.The trains are air-conditioned and monitored.Elf trains have facilities for people with disabilities and persons travelling with babies (changing tables).

Passengers can choose between 42 train services on the Modlin–Warsaw route every day (14 airport services marked with a special aircraft symbol and 28 trains running on route to Działdowo via Modlin).Out of the 14 airport services 11 trains connect the two airports of the Mazovia region:Warsaw/Modlin Airport and Chopin Airport, while the other 3 run on the route Modlin-West Warsaw (Warszawa Zachodnia).

Special airport buses in the colours of Koleje Mazowieckie run from Modlin railway station to Warsaw/Modlin Airport terminal every 20-30 minutes.  They can seat up to 70 passengers, have air-conditioning and facilities for people with disabilities.

Bus timetable is coordinated with arrivals and departures of trains.

For more information please visit:www.mazowieckie.com.pl

  • pdf Bus and train timetable 20.07.2016 - 11.08.2016
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  • pdf Bus and train timetable 12.08.2016 - 03.09.2016
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