The check-in procedure begins 1,5 hours and ends 35 minutes before scheduled departure time.
At the check-in desk passengers are required to present a valid ID (ID card or passport) and they are issued a boarding pass.
Radom is second biggest city in the Mazovian Voivodeship in central Poland. Its history dates back to the medieval times. Over the centuries the town witnessed many importnt historic events such as the adoption of “Nihil Novi” Act of 1505 or June 1976 Workers’ Protests. Radom was a home to several Polish artists, scientists and thinkers: the painter Jacek Malczewski, the writer Witold Gombrowicz, the philosopher Leszek Kołakowski or world’s known film director Andrzej Wajda.
Guests visiting the city of Radom are sure to be entertained: they can visit the monuments, experience the climate of the royal and postindustrial town, go to the open-air and indoor cultural event or take part in the the numerous sports events. They can explore the walking paths and bicycle alleys. The city also hosts some very interesting events of international renown: International Air Show, International Gombrowicz Festival, the Alley of Tradition or Radom Fashion Show.
Radom is also an important logistic centre with its express road S7, national road no. 7, 9 and 12 and a regional airport. Thanks to its vicinity to Warsaw, constatntly developed business infrastructure as well as local goverment’s friendy policies Radom is an interesting site for enterpreneurs.