Centralwings expands domestic network

Polish low-cost airline Centralwings has announced its decision to open two
new bases in
Poland.  The airline, which previously operated from one base at Warsaw,
has signed
new agreements with airports in the cities of Krakow and Gdansk.

Full operations from the new bases will start during the summer season
Centralwings, which currently operates a fleet of nine Boeing 737s, will
add three
more aircraft over the next few months.  The airline will base six
aircraft from the
fleet at Warsaw, three at Krakow and a further three at Gdansk.


Commenting on the significance of the new airbases, Waldemar
Królikowski, Chairman
of Centralwings, said:  “Through deeper cooperation with these airports,
we will be
able to reduce operational costs for the northern and southern regions
of Poland.
There will also be benefits in terms of our ability to add additional
routes and
frequencies in the future.”