Airport details

Airport operational and technical details

IATA CODE: KTW

ICAO CODE: EPKT

ICAO REFERENCE CODE: 4E

CATEGORY OF FIRE PROTECTION: 8 (10 on request)

OPERATIONS: 24 h (no night curfews)

RUNWAY: RWY 09/27, 3200×45 m, PCN 70

PRECISE RADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: RWY27 ILS Cat II, LVTO 125 m, D-VOR 

VISUAL NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: PAPI RWY09/27

AREA of AIRFIELD: 530 ha
 
APRONS:
Apron 1: 29 stands – 22 for aircraft class C and 3 for class D or 15 for class C, 5 for class D and 2 for class E
Apron 2 (de-icing): 2 stands for aircraft class D or 1 for class E
Apron 3 (cargo): 10 stands for aircraft class C or 4 for class E, 1 for class D and 1 for class C

RUNWAY CAPACITY: 32 landing operations or 15 starting operations or 17 landing and starting operations per hour

Catchment area

The Katowice Airport serves the most industrialised region in Poland, one of the most urbanised areas of Europe. 13 million inhabitants are estimated to live within 100 km of Katowice. This is a larger catchment area than many airports in Europe.

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