Posted on: 08 April 2014 by Mark Howells
Ryanair is to open two new Polish bases as part of its winter 2014/15 schedule at Warsaw Modlin and Gdansk.
There will be four new winter routes from Warsaw Modlin, to Gdansk, Madrid, Shannon and Wroc?aw. These will take the number of destinatons from the airport to 20 in total, which Ryanair believes will deliver 1.9 million customers a year from 268 weekly flights.
At Gdansk there will be one based aircraft and three new winter routes to Birmingham, Leeds Bradford and Warsaw Modlin, to take the total number of destinations from the airport to 10. Ryanair expects the 94 weekly flights from Gdansk to deliver 700,000 customers a year.