The low-cost carrier will launch 8 new flights from six Polish airports.
Irish budget airline Ryanair intends to 2019 to significantly expand its presence on the Polish market.
The low-cost carrier will launch six Polish airports 17 new flights, eight of them – in Kyiv and Lviv, reported on the website of the carrier.
In particular, from Warsaw (Modlin) plans to open four new flight (Amman, Kiev, Lviv, Marseille), from Bydgoszcz – two (Glasgow and Kiev), from Gdansk – two (Barcelona and Kiev), from Krakow to five (Amman, Bordeaux, Hamburg, Kiev, Lviv), from Poznan to three (cork, Kiev, Stockholm), from Wroclaw – one (Kiev).
Also, Ryanair announced its intention next year to place on their Polish bases at Warsaw (Modlin) and Krakow in one plane.