Irish low-cost airline Ryanair plans to resume almost 200 routes to and from Poland from July 1 as part of its summer flight schedule after a suspension due to the coronavirus epidemic in Poland, the company said on Monday.
Last year, the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair serviced 13.2 million passengers in Poland. This year's plans provide for a growth to 14.2 million, the Puls Biznesu daily reported on Friday.
Warsaw's Chopin airport has announced new connections this winter season from national carrier LOT and Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air, while Kraków (southern Poland) has announced six new connections and Katowice (southern Poland) 12 new routes.
Ryanair, the Irish budget airline, will launch in June next year flights from Katowice in southern Poland to Allghero on the island of Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea, Ryanair and Katowice Airport announced on Friday.
The trainees will be schooled according to Ryanair standards in order to join the company's aircrews as quickly as possible.
Warsaw Modlin Airport serviced over 1.58 million passengers in the first six months of 2019, the airport has announced. The figure represents an 8.9 percent growth compared to the same period last year.
Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair has announced it is to add a sixth plane to its fleet at Kraków (southern Poland) Airport next summer and add six new connections from that location.
Passengers flying from London Stanstead to Warsaw Modlin say they have been left stranded - one day BEFORE strikes officially happen. This is despite there being no official confirmation of disruption to Poland flights.