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Drinking water dispensers at Polish airports gaining popularity

In recent years, more and more Polish airports have decided to install drinking water stations and dispensers. Such solutions are already in place at the airports of Warsaw, Gdańsk, Radom and Rzeszów and are highly appreciated by travellers.

Benefits for passengers

The main advantage of the availability of free drinking water at airports is that it can save money. Travellers no longer have to spend considerable sums of money on bottled water, the price of which at airports is usually much higher than elsewhere. Thanks to the dispensers, they can easily fill their bottles, which is particularly useful before long flights.

"It's a great solution. I fill up my bottle before every flight and I don't have to worry about running out of water during the journey," says Anna, one of the passengers using Warsaw Chopin Airport.

Increasing popularity in Poland

Airports in Warsaw, Gdańsk, Radom and Rzeszów are just a few of the places that have decided to take care of the comfort of their passengers by installing drinking water dispensers. This is a step towards improving the quality of service and raising standards at Polish airports.

In Gdansk, dispensers are located at several strategic points in the terminal, making them easily accessible to all travellers. Rzeszów, on the other hand, boasts modern stations that not only provide water, but also promote ecology by encouraging the use of reusable bottles.

An example from abroad

Polish airports are following in the footsteps of their foreign counterparts, where drinking water dispensers are standard. For example, in many airports in the United States, Canada, Australia or in European countries such as Germany and France, access to free drinking water is commonplace.

Introducing this on a wider scale would help to make journeys more comfortable and promote eco-friendly habits among passengers. Drinking water dispensers at Polish airports is an initiative that deserves recognition. Access to free drinking water is not only financially beneficial for passengers, but also contributes to environmental protection by reducing the use of plastic bottles. It would be worthwhile for other airports in Poland to follow in the footsteps of Warsaw, Gdańsk, Radom and Rzeszów by introducing similar solutions, which are sure to be positively received by travellers.