Ryanair has opened its 2nd base in Poland at Krakow with two-based aircraft and 31 routes, which will deliver up to 1.6m passengers p.a. and sustain 1,600 “on-site” jobs, as Ryanair invests over $170m at Krakow Airport.
Ryanair celebrated the opening of its new Krakow base by launching a 100,000 seat sale across its entire European network, with prices starting from 19zl for travel in May.
Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “Ryanair is delighted to open its 2nd base, in Poland, at Krakow Airport, offering 31 ultra-low fare routes this summer. Polish consumers and visitors can now beat the recession and escape Wizz’s high fares and fuel surcharges by switching to Ryanair’s lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee to 31 exciting destinations, including Barcelona, Milan and Paris, amongst others.
“Ryanair’s 1.6m passengers p.a. will sustain 1,600 “on-site”jobs at Krakow Airport and in the surrounding region.” Kiely added.