Koleje Mazowieckie, TLK and EIC trains stop at the Modlin railway station. There are regular busses operated by Koleje Mazowieckie running from the Modlin railway station, which provide fast transport right to the passenger terminal entrance door.
Koleje Mazowieckie (Masovian Railway)
Koleje Mazowieckie company has prepared a special offer - Airport Ticket, which is addressed to passengers travelling to/from Warsaw Modlin Airport. Thanks to that passengers buy a single ticket at an attractive price to go from the capital city to the airport in Modlin or return from the airport in Modlin to Warsaw. Koleje Mazowieckie use modern, purpose-bought Elf trains to operate the Warsaw - Modlin connection. There are 190 seats in the train in order to provide comfort for the passengers. Apart from that the passengers can use additional baggage racks and comfortable passenger seats. The trains are air-conditioned and monitored. Elves are adapted to the needs of disabled persons and passengers travelling with small children (they have baby changing tables).
There are special airport busses covered in the colours of Koleje Mazowieckie, running every 20-30 minutes between Modlin railway station and Warsaw Modlin Airport terminal. They can carry up to 70 passengers, they are air-conditioned and suitable for disabled persons. The bus timetable is adapted to train departures/arrivals.
You can find more details as well as the timetable on the carrier's website www.mazowieckie.com.pl
Long-distance railway connections
For passengers travelling from further parts of the Masovian Voivodeship and other parts of the country, PKP has established a train stop at the Modlin railway station for the following TLK and EIC connections:
- Warszawa Zachodnia - Gdynia Główna
- Kraków Główny - Olsztyn Główny
- Katowice - Olsztyn Główny
- Kielce - Olsztyn Główny
- Warszawa Zachodnia - Kołobrzeg
A detailed train timetable is available on the carrier's website www.pkp.pl
Passengers of long-distance trains can use regular services of Koleje Mazowieckie buses. Fares can be bought from the driver, according to the carrier's tariff.