Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air will launch four new routes from Poland this coming summer season.
Low-cost carrier Wizz Air plans to increase the number of seats on offer on its Polish connections this summer by over 50 percent compared to last year, Jozsef Varadi, the airline’s president told PAP.
Poland will restart passenger air connections in three stages. Domestic flights will be resumed on June 1, European ones will come next while intercontinental flights will be the last but only to such destinations where the coronavirus epidemic is under control.
Southern Poland's railway carrier Koleje Dolnoslaskie (Lower Silesian Railways) will add to its new train timetable on December 9, 2019, a direct rail connection between southwestern Wroclaw and the Czech capital, Prague.
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