Centralwings is celebrating its inaugural flight between Warsaw and
Dublin. The first scheduled flight from the Polish capital arrived at Dublin
International Airport at 09:15 this morning.
The new route will operate four times a week and precedes the start of the airline’s
winter schedule on 28th October.
Centralwings already operates flights from Dublin International Airport to Gdansk,
Katowice, Krakow, Szczecin and Wrocław. Earlier this year, Centralwings also
launched flights between Cork and Warsaw, and Shannon and Katowice and now serves a
total of 12 Polish destinations from Ireland. During the first three quarters of
2007, Centralwings has carried over 190,000 passengers to and from Ireland with an
average seat load factor of almost 84 per cent.