Poland wants to merge its airline industry into a single holding company, which would combine assets the flagship carrier LOT, worth around 2.5 billion euros ($3.38 billion), according to daily Rzeczpospolita.
The holding could then be privatised, with the exception of its infrastructure assets.
"The treasury ministry, in cooperation with the transport ministry, is working on the concept of concentrating air transport companies. An air holding is an option," Treasury Minister Wlodzimierz Karpinski was quoted as saying by the daily.
Merging air travel companies, such as those operating the profitable Warsaw and Krakow airports, into one holding company would help offset losses at its struggling flag carrier LOT.
Warsaw has been seeking ways to keep its carrier LOT flying, and the airline has already received about 200 million euros ($270 million) in state aid.
But the European Commission responded by launching an investigation into whether Poland breached competition rules by helping LOT.
The Commission has investigated aid granted to other national airlines, including Air Baltic, Adria Airways, Estonian Air and SAS.
LOT, one of the world's oldest airlines, has struggled to compete with bigger rivals, such as Lufthansa, and low-cost competitors, such as Ryanair.
It had been banking on the acquisition of Dreamliner jets from Boeing to improve its fortunes. But those aircraft have been repeatedly grounded due to technical problems, and LOT is seeking compensation from the manufacturer.
The government plan involves a 1.2 billion euros ($1.47 billion) recapitalization of Alitalia's flight division, AZ Fly, and the partial sale of its ground operations.
The airline industry is poised for an almost unprecedented boom, as a new generation of planes is combining with better business models and huge volume growth in new markets.
''We have strengthened security measures at the Warsaw metro, at all train stations and airports throughout Poland,'' said Alicja Hytrek, a spokeswoman for Poland's national police.