August 26The German authorities built a military airport in the area of approximately 300 ha in the village of Ławica near Poznań.
The building was officially opened by Emperor Wilhelm II.
The airport had hangars for 30 aircraft, workshops and barracks of a special military unit dealing with the training of pilots as well as aircraft maintenance and repair.
1913Establishment of the Polish Aero Club.
May 29 - June 6Regular domestic air transport performed by the first Polish air transport company “Aero-Targ”, recognised as the beginning of Polish air transport; during the Poznań Fair, a total of 28 flights took place on the Poznań-Warsaw-Poznań route and 30 – on the Poznań-Gdańsk-Poznań route.
1923Establishment of one of the first aircraft manufacturing plants in Poland under the name Spółka Akcyjna “Samolot”.
May 23Opening of the first regular connection on the Poznań-Warsaw-Poznań route, tantamount to starting a civil airport; the connection was launched by the “Aero” Aviation Communication Society.
1928Establishment of the LOT Airlines company (later PLL “LOT”), which launched flights on the route Katowice-Poznań, Poznań – Bydgoszcz – Gdańsk and Warsaw – Poznań – Berlin (together with “Deutsche Lutfhansa”).