Ryanair has announced it would open 8 routes from Warsaw toBrussels, Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Oslo, RomeRome and Stockholm as soon as Warsaw’s new Modlin airport opens on 16 July 2012. These 8 new Warsaw routes will deliver 700,000 passengers p.a. and create up to 700 local jobs at Modlin Airport.
Ryanair’s entry into Warsaw Modlin Airport will deliver much needed competition and substantially lower airfares than those offered by the high fare (loss making) airlines LOT and Wizzair, and Ryanair will celebrate its 8 new low fare Warsaw (Modlin) routes by releasing launch fares from €24.99/PLN99, which is less than half Wizz’s lowest fares to/from Warsaw in July 2012.
Ryanair’s 8 new Warsaw routes go on sale at one way fares from just €24.99/PLN99 on www.ryanair.com tomorrow.
In Warsaw, Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary said:
“Ryanair is pleased to announce our first 8 Warsaw routes to Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Oslo, Rome and Stockholm when Warsaw Modlin airport opens on 16 July next. Ryanair’s 8 new Warsaw Modlin routes will deliver at least 700,000 passengers p.a. and sustain 700 local jobs. Now Polish consumers/ visitors can beat the recession and escape both LOT and Wizzair’s high fares by switching to Ryanair’s lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee flights to/ from Modlin Airport.