Polish low-cost airline Centralwings has opened bookings on two new routes between Ireland and Poland, as part of a planned network expansion during its 2007 Summer Schedule.
Starting 26th March 2007, the airline will operate a direct connection from Shannon to Katowice, three times per week.
From 28th March 2007 the airline will commence will offer a route between Cork and Warsaw, twice per week (outbound) and three times per week (inbound).
Prices start from 4.99 EUR each way, excluding one single fixed passenger charge of 24.89 EUR - which includes tax. There is a 20 per cent discount for children aged between 2 - 16 years old, and infants under the age of two, travel free.
Detailed information can be found and reservations can be made via www.centralwings.com which features a handy browser to help passengers find the best bargains; or via the Centralwings call centre on +48 22 558 00 45.
For its summer schedule in 2007, Centralwings will operate ten routes between Ireland and Poland, as it continues with the expansion of its European network. Last month a new route was announced between Dublin and Szczecin, which will commence on February 19. The airline recently began operating twice weekly flights between Shannon and Gdansk, and twice weekly flights from Cork to Krakow and Wroc?aw.
Centralwings has been operating flights into Ireland since October 2005 and into the UK since February 2005.