Ryanair is to launch new connections from Gdansk and Wroclaw in summer 2016.
From Wroclaw tourists will be able to travel to Venice and Tenerife. With these additional connections from 2016, Ryanair will be operating 21 routes from Wroclaw and is planning to carry 1.1. mln passengers. During a press conference Juliusz Komorek, regulatory and legal director for Ryanair, said that the airline is also considering adding Madrid or Nice as possible new destinations for their Wroclaw hub.
New destination from Gdansk will be Malta. Besides that, the carrier is to increase the number of flights to Alicante to twice a week, Edinburgh to three times a week, Leeds to four times a week and Oslo six times a week.
Just last week Ryanair announced that from summer 2016 it will add 3 new connections from Warsaw Modlin to Cologne, Gothenburg and Malaga and three new connections from Krakow to Bristol, Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
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