Ryanair lands on Okęcie from Tuesday

Three instead of two flights a day and Chopin Airport instead of Modlin Airport. Ryanair introduces changes on the Wroclaw-Warsaw route from Tuesday. One-way flight tickets are available from 12 PLN.

Because of the high level of interest in the domestic connection Wroclaw-Warsaw, the Irish airline Ryanair decided to introduce another flight on that route. An additional flight is planned from Tuesday 4th October. From that day, the destination of flights will also change – passengers will land on the main Chopin airport, not on Modlin Airport, where planes arrived until recently.

‘Passengers flying from the Wroclaw aiport to Warsaw are attracted by cheap, quick and comfortable flights. Ryanair’s offer ideally complements PLL LOT’s highly popular connections. Warsaw is both a transfer point that helps us to plan a further journey, e.g., to Asia or the USA, and the final destination with a rich tourist & cultural & entertainment offer,’ says Dariusz Kuś, President of Wroclaw Airport.

You can quickly get from Chopin Airport to the centre of Warsaw by public transport or by train running every 20 minutes. We recommend keeping track of promotions proposed by the carrier. Prices are very attractive – they begin from 12 PLN* per one-way flight. Tickets can be booked at Ryanair.com.

The Irish carrier has been expanding the network of flights from Wroclaw for over a decade. In the winter season 2016-2017 it added four new routes: Madrid, Belfast, Manchester and Newcastle. In addition, it will also introduce Wizz Air’s flight to Kyiv and six additional flights per week from Frankfurt by Lufthansa. Ryanair has already started selling tickets for new routes in the summer flight schedule – to Lisbon and Mallorca. In the summer of 2017, we will also fly to Amsterdam by Transavia – entirely new connections and a new carrier.

*Ryanair – one-way flight on 12th October for travellers with carry-on baggage (the price is valid on 29th September).