The Central Communications Port is a planned transport hub between Warsaw and Łódź, which aims to integrate road, rail and air transport. Within the project sponsored by the Law and Justice government, it is located 37 km west of Warsaw, in an area estimated at approximately 3,000 square metres. Ha, the airport will be built. The new government, headed by Prime Minister Donald Tusk, has not yet decided what to do next with the planned investment, which has been controversial from the start.
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One of the most vocal critics of the idea is O'Leary, the head of Ryanair, one of the most popular low-cost airlines serving Europe. — Ryanair You will never fly from this airport. The Irishman said directly: “We are the largest airline in Poland and we will not fly there no matter who is in power.” In an interview with Onet journalist Karolina Walczowska. This is the stupidest plan ever invented by a stupid government. He added: We have always been against that.
These words were transmitted by Mateusz Grzeszczuk on the X platform (formerly Twitter). The author of the channel “Travel without a passport” criticized the statement of the helmsman of “Ryanair”, which Boniek did not like. – In addition to the beautiful and modern airports that can be improved in almost all provincial cities – wrote the former President of the Polish Football Association, referring to the words about three airports and adding another argument against the establishment of the CPK.
Boniek's opinion has not gone unnoticed. “People from Suwałki want to fly to Chicago, where is the airport? I would remind you that the CPK also includes the development of high-speed railways, about 350 km per hour. Today, Suwałki-Warsaw is about 286 km – “4 hours 30 minutes. Express train – 1 hour. 20 minutes. So you have no idea why a CPK is needed,” wrote one site user, adding that Boniek should be commentating on matches, not talking about CPK.
Zbigniew Boniek caused a storm regarding the CPK issue
However, the former coach of our national team was not convinced and reacted quickly. He replied: “And what does railways have to do with the CPK? The Poles would like to have fast and good railway connections that do not depend on whether the CPK is built or not…”
Boniek has been speaking out on political matters for a long time. The 67-year-old commented, for example, on the behavior of Jaroslaw Kaczynski, when he called PiS leader Donald Tusk a “German agent” from the parliamentary podium, and on the X platform he criticized, among others, Przemyslaw Czarnik or Janusz Kowalski. .
source:Onet Sports Review
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