Ryanair restores the connection between Szczecin and Modlin near Warsaw, representatives of the Szczecin Goleniów airport informed. Flights operated by the Irish airline will return from March 26. This is a competition for LOT Polish Airlines, which offer flights between the capital of Western Pomerania and Chopin Airport in Warsaw.
Representatives of the Szczecin Goleniów airport informed in a Twitter post that “in less than 2.5 months, because from March 26, #Ryanair will restore flights from @PomZachodnie to @WMI_Airport”. As they reported, flights on this route will be operated five times a week: on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets are on sale now.
The Irish airline Ryanair inaugurated flights between Szczecin and Modlin in May last year. However, the connection has been suspended since October.
The Szczecin-Goleniów International Airport is approximately 33 km away from Szczecin. The Irish carrier also offers domestic connections between the capital of Western Pomerania and Krakow.
The Warsaw – Szczecin route is in their schedule LOT Polish Airlines, with the difference that the planes of the national carrier offer connections to and from Chopin Airport. Ryanair also flew to this capital airport. However, the Irish carrier canceled the connection with Szczecin at the beginning of 2019, explaining it by high costs at the Warsaw airport.
The largest airlines
According to the latest available data from the Civil Aviation Office, in the first half of 2022 Ryanair served over 5.8 million passengers at Polish airports in domestic and international scheduled traffic. This accounted for 38.93 percent. across the market. The Irish airline was ranked 1st in this regard.
The second place was taken by LOT Polish Airlines – over 3.4 million passengers (22.79%), and the third Hungarian Wizz Air – nearly 3 million passengers (19.94%). Also at the top of the list were: Lufthansa, KLM and EasyJet airlines.
171,048 passengers were served at the Szczecin Goleniów airport in the first half of 2022.
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