New flight connections from Poznań
Budapest, Kharkiv, Odesa, Paris - you will be able to fly to these cities from Poznań from the autumn of this year with Ryanair airlines. In addition, connection to the Greek Kavala will be launched during the summer, and flights to Cork and Stockholm have already available in the summer timetable.
Ryanair is our key partner - the development of the base and the Poznań network of connections of these airlines will significantly increase the tourist and business attractiveness of our city. It is not only the possibility of cheap travel to interesting places across Europe, but also a positive impulse for the Poznań labor market - revealed Jacek Jaśkowiak, Mayor of City of Poznań. - I am glad that among new destinations two Ukrainian cities have been appeared: Odessa and Kharkiv, because Ukrainians are currently the largest national minority in Poznań. I am sure that the new directions will be a hit and will result in a growth of passenger traffic at the Poznań airport. On the one hand, we have the increasingly popular East of Europe, on the other one, unwavering interest in directions such as Paris and Budapest - the Mayor added.
For the first time you will be able to fly directly from Poznań to Budapest, Kharkiv, Odesa and Kavala. There are another low-cost airlines Wizz Air fly to Paris Airport Beauvais. Thus, struggle for passengers promises to be. However, in practice it may turn out that the airlines will complement each other. Raynair flights will take place on Thursdays and on Sunday mornings (both from Ławica and Beauvais). In turn, the Hungarian airlines will fly on Fridays and Mondays in the afternoon.
Airplanes to the Greek Kavala will fly in July, August and September once a week - every Tuesday. In other new places, flights will be held twice a week. There is a flight to Kharkiv - on Thursdays and Sundays, to Odessa - on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while to the capital of Hungary - on Mondays and Fridays.
Michael O'Leary not only announced new directions where you can fly from Poznan, but also the development of the local base there.
- We are very happy that two planes will be in our base in Poznań from the season "Winter 2019/2020". Thanks to this, we will be offering 17 routes this year, including 6 new ones, and will serve 800,000 passengers annually by continuous contributing to the development of air traffic, tourism and job market - said the president of Ryanair.