Rzeszow-Jasionka is an airport located in Podkarpackie region in Poland, 14 km from Rzeszow. In 2016, over 664 thousand passengers were served by the Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport, the most in its nearly 70-year history. Nearly 3% increase compared to 2015 results from increased traffic on the most popular directions.


A record number of over 194,000 passengers has used the Ryanair route from Rzeszow to London. In the summer season from Jasionka to the capital of the UK (at Stansted and Luton airports) you could fly as many as 12 times a week. Historical results were also recorded on the Rzeszów-Warsaw route. In 2016, LOT’s airliners took over 172,000 passengers visiting the capital as well as continuing on international routes. Quite popular were also flight connections from Jasionka Airport with the airports of the British Isles, Ireland and Norway. Among business passengers, frequent daily flights to Munich on board Lufthansa aircraft were popular too. There have also been a number of travelers using the Rzeszów-Berlin connection launched in September 2016.


Daily connection Munich-Rzeszow was launched by Lufthansa on March 29, 2016 at Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport (Poland). Photo: rzeszowairport.pl

The most popular holiday destination in 2016 was the Greek island of Corfu, which could be reached from Jasionka directly by Ryanair and by charter flights. In total, over 12 thousand tourists took advantage of them.

Direct flights from Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport

From the Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport you can reach Warsaw (4 flights a day), London and Munich (daily) and Berlin, Dublin, Manchester, Bristol and the East Midlands, during the summer season to Corfu. The connections are operated by PLL LOT, Lufthansa and Ryanair.