I will be connecting flights in Warsaw Poland soon and while researching the Chopin Airport I get the impression that it only has one terminal. Is this true or am I incorrect?

Also, if I need to charge my devices while waiting, do their electrical outlets/sockets allow USA based plugs or will I need to use an adapter?


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    I would bring an adapter, they are not big and not expensive, and work in most of Europe.
    – Willeke
    Jan 18, 2020 at 17:46

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All “normal” commercial flights are in terminal A. There is also a small terminal for general aviation (f.e. private aircraft, air taxis, air ambulances...).

Electrical outlets are type E (CEE 7/5). US plugs will not fit without an adapter. A simple adapter is cheap and lightweight. Electricity is 230V, 50Hz (vs 115V, 60Hz in the US). Most phone and computer chargers can handle both systems (with an adapter), but you should check first. There should be a marking on the equipment.

  • Thanks! You've cleared all my questions up for me! Jan 19, 2020 at 16:50

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