Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost carrier (ULCC), today (10 Sep) confirmed it will transfer all of its Warsaw flights from Warsaw Chopin back to Warsaw Modlin Airport from Monday 30th Sep following completion of runway repairs at Modlin and the conclusion of a new 10 year commercial agreement with Warsaw Modlin Airport.
Ryanair also unveiled its summer 2014 schedule at Warsaw Modlin, which includes 2 new routes to Alicante and Thessaloniki and increased frequencies on 8 other routes, with a total of 28 routes on sale. Since Ryanair launched its first flights at Warsaw in July 2012, it has grown to carry over 1.3m passengers p.a. to the Polish capital and has overtaken LOT to become Poland’s No 1 airline.
Ryanair celebrated its return to Warsaw Modlin and its 2 new summer 2014 routes by releasing a 100,000 seat sale across its European network, with prices starting from 29zł/€6.99, for travel in October and November, which are available for booking on www.ryanair.com until midnight Thursday (12 Sep).
In Warsaw, Ryanair’s Michael Cawley said:
To celebrate our return to Warsaw Modlin on Monday 30th Sep and our 2 new summer 2014 routes, Ryanair is launching a seat sale with 100,000 seats on sale at prices starting from 29zł/€6.99 for travel across Europe in October and November, which are available for booking until midnight Thursday (12 Sep).”
Source / Author: Ryanair