The airfield in Krosno was constructed in 1932. At that time it was one of the largest airfields in Europe with the then, ‘state of the art’ facilities.
Now under expansion, the airfield is an important asset, stimulating the economic development of Krosno and the surrounding region. The owner of the airfield is the Municipality of Krosno itself and it is managed by the municipal company Lotnisko Krosno Sp. z o. o.
The infrastructure facilities are designed to perform flight operations by aircraft with a wingspan of 24 m, which can carry up to 45 passengers on board, including such aircraft as the ATR -42, Cessna Citation Jet M2, Cessna Caravan, Saab 340, Beechcraft King Air C-90 and the AN-28.
The airfield Master Plan focuses on a target extension to the existing runway of up to 1710 meters, including expansion of the current aircraft lane taxiing system and aprons/hardstands and will also see implementation of the latest innovative technologies and procedures of satellite-aided navigation.