Posted on: 19 October 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Ryanair is to open its 46th base at Wroclaw Airport, Poland, in March 2012 with one based aircraft and six new routes, aiming to deliver up to 800,000 passengers a year, and to sustain 800 jobs in the Wroclaw region.
In Wroclaw, Ryanair’s Michael Cawley commented, “Ryanair is delighted to announce Wroclaw as our 46th base with six new routes bringing to 21 the total number of Wroclaw routes offered by Ryanair in summer 2012.”
The new services from summer 2012 will be to Bournemouth, Chania, Malmö, Malta, Paris Beauvais and Venice Treviso. These will be added to Alicante, Barcelona Girona, Bologna, Bristol, Brussels Charleroi, Dublin, East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick, Liverpool, London Stansted, Malaga, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Rygge, Rome and Shannon.