Lufthansa first flight to Munich
Grand opening of the new 4D reference code apron.
90th Birthday of the Lodz Airport
Adria Airways launched new flights to Amsterdam Airport and open an operating base at Lodz Airport.
Adria Airways (code share Lufthansa) launched new flights to Munich Airport.
SAS launched new flights to Copenhagen Airport.
Terminal 3 came into operation.
OLT Express Airlines introduced new destinations: Wroclaw and Gdansk. Thanks to the new carrier domestic flights from Lodz Airport have been restored after a long disruption.
Airport Fire Brigade received the Iveco Magirus Super Dragon 2 fire engine.
Polish Air Navigation Service Agency fixed the foundation act of a new air traffic control tower on the premises of Lodz Airport.
Wizzair Airlines launched new flights to Dortmund.
The fundation act of Terminal 3 was embedded to the ground of construction site.
Lodz Airport Board signed contract for the new Terminal No 3.
Cargo Terminal was opened.
New parking lots were opened for use.
Airport bought two low-platform buses Solaris Urbino 12 for airport shuttle buses.
Israel Airlines EL AL started operation of charter flights Lodz - Tel Aviv.
Terminal 2 extention of the new Schengen Zone Hall.
The apron was being reconstructed and extended. The beginning of construction works.
The new Airport Fire Brigade Station was opened for use.
Extention of Terminal 2.
Another low-cost carrier PLL Centralwings launched regular flights.
The runway was extended in lenght up to 2600m and in width about 45 m.
The airport gained a new name: Lodz Władysław Reymont Airport Ltd.
The flights to Warsaw were restored again after the break.
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair started operation of the new regular flights.
Special bus line "L" was set to connect the airport with the Rail Station "Łódź Fabryczna".
The apron was extended as well as the runway up to 2100m.
First international flight from Lodz to Munich was launched. It was operated by the EAE.
The Instrument Landing System was installed.
The regular flight connection Łódź-Warsaw was restored for a short time, then those flights were stopped and then brought back on the 7th of May, 2001.
Lodz Lublinek Airport gained status of the international airport. The new Terminal 1 was built at the Gen. S. Maczka Street., moreover the runway, taxi way, apron, navigation lighting system and energy supply system underwent significant reconstruction.
The Airport Fire Brigade was set up.
First modernization works were launched and the airport restored the so called: small passenger’s operations.
Regular flights were cancelled, since then at Lodz Lublinek Airport only sport and private operations took place.
Lodz Lublinek Airport has already become an important hub of air traffic. Airport offered regular flights to Wrocław, Warsaw, Cracow and Gdansk. Passenger flights represented 20% of all domestic operations.
Airport was being developed for military purposes, the new runway was 1200m long.
First regular flights to Warsaw and Poznan, then to Lvov and Vilinius were launched.