The mission of the development strategy and the master plan of the Zielona Góra (EPZG/IEG) Airport is to increase the accessibility of the Lubuskie region by providing air services to cities in Poland and Europe.
The goal of the airport is to increase the competitiveness of the Lubuskie region.
The vision is to increase the importance of the Zielona Góra Airport on Polish and European airport maps by increasing the number of passengers served to half a million by 2034 and the Air Cargo Logistics Center.
The Zielona Góra Airport (IEG/EPZG) is an airport that complies with all the operating and security requirements of the ICAO and EASA with the certificate of public airport. It operates regular domestic and international charter flights and and General Aviation. Currently, the airport capacity for passenger services is 150,000 passengers per year. The new arrival terminal, built in 2015, and the expansion of the current terminal will increase capacity to 500,000 passengers per year.
Our airport is used by many international General and Business Aviation pilots, medical aviation services and for the practical training of pilots of civilian passenger aircraft with simultaneous training using navigational instruments in limited visibility and night vision (ILS).
The Zielona Góra Airport carries freight service and has its own Cargo terminal along with a cold storage facility. Customers and cargo carriers are provided with customs and warehousing services. The port has equipment, jet fuel stations (150,000 l) Jet A-1 and Avgass 100LL, and provides handling services.
Thanks to the high technical parameters of the airport infrastructure and the additional upgrades of the aeronautical and aerospace infrastructure of the NATO military since 2015, they are constantly using the Zielona Góra Airport for aircraft manoeuvres (including C-5, C-17 i DC-10) of their troops and heavy equipment during various European military exercises and manoeuvres, such as “Noble Jump”, “Anakonda-16”, “Briliant Jump” or “Swift Responsee”.