Poprad-Tatry international airport
located at 718 metres above sea level is the highest situated airport for short and medium range airliners within Central Europe.
The airport is all year round opened seven days in week for:
The catchments area of the airport includes following towns: Poprad, Svit, The High Tatras, Liptovský Mikuláš, Ružomberok, Levoča, Spišská Nová Ves, Stará Ľubovňa, Dolný Kubín, Nowy Targ, Zakopane and Nowy Sacz.
Thanks to the geographical location Poprad-Tatry airport has got excellent weather conditions, it is often above fog layer and therefore utilized by diverting planes formerly heading to Košice, Sliač, Žilina or even to Bratislava as an alternate airport.
Poprad-Tatry International Airport is surrounded by beautiful nature (four National Parks are in the vicinity), mountain creeks and lakes, caves, ancient villages and towns, churches, castles (some of them are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List), but also by winter sport facilities and summer tourist centers.