Posted on: 27 April 2016 by Mark Howells
Ryanair has expanded its winter 2016 schedule from Manchester Airport with a new thrice-weekly route to Wroclaw.
Alongside new daily routes to Berlin, Hamburg and Nuremberg, it’s predicted the schedule will deliver 4.1m passengers each year and support 3,100 jobs at Manchester Airport.
Other winter 2016 services from Manchester include twice weekly flights to Carcassonne, Limoges and Valencia as well as thrice weekly routes to Bratislava, Malta, Murcia, Palma and Paris.
“It is great to see Ryanair add another destination to its offering here at Manchester Airport, the UK’s third largest,” declared Stephen Turner, commercial director of Manchester Airport. “The new route to Wroclaw strengthens the airport’s offering to Poland and gives the 22m people in our large catchment area more choice when flying from the North.”