Ryanair to serve 19 destinations from Poland's new airport

Ryanair, Ireland based low cost airline, has announced flights to 19 destinations across Europe from a new airport, which will start operations later in July just north of Poland's capital Warsaw.According to Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair, from July 16 the airline will serve connections from Modlin to Barcelona, Bologna, Bristol, Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, Dusseldorf, the East Midlands, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Milan, Oslo, Paris, Rome and Stockholm. Nearly 1.5 million passengers are expected to fly out of Modlin Airport each year.Hungary's low cost airline Wizzair is also planning nearly 20 connections out of Modlin airport from July 18.Ltd.

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