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Reach Katowice from Bologna

NOTICE TO PASSENGERS: due to the Covid-19 emergency, some destinations are still not available. All flight timetables for each destination refer to the originally scheduled plan.

For more information, we recommend you to contact your airline and visit the website “Viaggiare Sicuri” of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Bologna Katowice flights

Bologna Airport offers direct flights from/to Katowice. On this page you will find all the information needed.

Katowice

Located in the heart of industrial Poland, Katowice, Upper Silesia’s main city, had a considerable development during the 50’s of the past century, when many iron and steel factories and coal mines were opened.
Today Katowice mainly concentrates on commerce, though the heavy industry remains a relevant item in the region’s economy, with its working factories and plants.

Katowice is also centre of science and education in Upper Silesia, a densely populated area counting about 3 million inhabitants.

The city is considered the capital of rock music in Poland.
Its symbol is the Spodek complex, literally 'flying saucer', an enormous hall, hosting the greatest concerts, that resembles the shape of a UFO.

The greatest part of the urban architecture dates back to the Communist Poland, treasuring, among other XIX century pearls, the city Cathedral.

Airports served from Bologna

Katowice KTW Timetable

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