Ryanair, the Ireland-based low cost airline, has announced a new route from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, in Liverpool, England, to Warsaw, in Poland.
The new route will be launched in October 2012, with the initial three times-weekly flights service commencing from October 28.
The airline will be landing at a newly converted military base in Poland, Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport, about 35km from the city. The new airport has been converted to cater for visitors to the country for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championships, hosted by Poland and Ukraine, and is scheduled to open for business on July 16, 2012. Currently the route between Liverpool and Warsaw is served by Hungary based airline, Wizzair; and LOT Airline from Poland.
Introductory fares for the new route commence at £20.99 per person, one way.
Previously, Ryanair announced eight new routes from Warsaw to Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary), Dublin (Ireland), London (England), Milan (Italy), Oslo (Norway), Rome (Italy) and Stockholm (Sweden). The new routes commence from July 2012.
Recently the airline also entered into an agreement with isango, a UK-based travel company, to offer low cost tours and travel to passengers. Ryanair passengers may book discounted tours and attraction tickets online, or on flights, with the help of the isango platform.
The company head of communications, Stephen McNamara, said, ‘Ryanair delivers Europe’s lowest fares and passengers can continue to save by snapping up great value discounted tours and attraction tickets online or on-board Ryanair flights. Ryanair is delighted to partner with isango! to ensure that passengers can enjoy tours and attractions and save time and money by bagging yet another bargain with Ryanair and isango!’