Targi Kielce - in the heart of Central and Eastern Europe, in the south of Poland. The S7 and DK74 - Poland's two major communication routes run through the city. There is also a number of international airports in the area. This makes Targi Kielce an easily accessible destination from virtually all Polish regions as well as from abroad
The Masłów Airport in the direct vicinity of Kielce is the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship's main airborne transport hub.
The airport is available for small planes, light aircraft, helicopters etc.
The airport is equipped with: - runway of 1155 by 30 meters rollout sections at its ends - a grass runway of 900 by 250 meters. - high intensity approach lights DS 1 - both directions and threshold edge lights DS , DS and DK
Within approximately 150 km from Kielce and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship there are 5 airports.
Radom (70 km) Krakow (116 km), Lodz (146 km), Katowice (154 km), Warsaw (181 km), Rzeszow (157 km)
Choose one of the 7 international airports located within the 180 kilometre radius from Targi Kielce, the nearest airport — Radom.
- Direct access from the Kielce ring-road – take the exit at the intersection of the S7 express-way and the 74 national-road.
- Drivers will find sign-posts in the Kielce ring-road as well as in the city streets for the shortest and the easiest route to the Targi Kielce exhibition grounds and car parks.
GPS Coordinates: 50° 53’ 56,47’’ N, 20° 35’ 20,57’’ E