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Ryanair launches new direct flights from Belfast to Poland


New Ryanair BOEING 737 MAX 200 aircraft

New Ryanair BOEING 737 MAX 200 aircraft

University of Wroclaw. Photo: Wroclaw University

University of Wroclaw. Photo: Wroclaw University


New Ryanair BOEING 737 MAX 200 aircraft

Ryanair continues to expand in Belfast with the announcement of new routes to Warsaw, Wroclaw and Gdansk.

The new Polish services are set to commence with the airline's winter 2016 schedule, which will see three aircraft based at Belfast International.

This March, Ryanair announced seven new routes to Alicante, Berlin, Krakow, Lanzarote, Malaga, Milan and Tenerife from Belfast, as well as five extra daily flights to London Gatwick - an investment it said would deliver a million customers a year.

In total, the airline will operate 11 routes and 60 weekly flights from Belfast International, where it began re-establishing a base last month.

"Our new Polish routes will be ideal for both business and leisure customers and we look forward to growing routes, traffic and jobs in Belfast in the coming months and years," said Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs.

"This winter should be one of our busiest ever," added Belfast International Airport's Managing Director, Graham Keddie.

"Gdansk, Warsaw and Wroclaw follow Krakow and deliver a very comprehensive network to a new and important Polish market."

Sale fares are available from £19.99 on ryanair.com.

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