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Pictured: Michael O'Leary
Ryanair said today that it will open eight new routes out of Warsaw as soon as the Polish capital’s new Modlin Airport opens on 16 July.
The routes – to Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Oslo, Rome and Stockholm – will deliver 700,000 passengers each year and create up to 700 local jobs at the airport, according to the airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary.
“Now Polish consumers/ visitors can beat the recession and escape both LOT and Wizzair’s high fares by switching to Ryanair’s lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee flights to/ from Modlin Airport,” he said.