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Ryainair consolidates Kraków Airport base

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Nick Hodge 11.05.2015 10:49
Ryanair is to offer more flights from the John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice, meaning that every second passenger there will soon be using the Irish airline.
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The new flights, which will consolidate the winter schedule, will be to Barcelona, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, supplemented by an extra service to Alicante.

The services will take Ryanair's network of Kraków connections to 25. Some 44 percent of the airport's traffic is already in the hands of the Irish company, which first set up shop in Kraków in 2005.

Ryanair hopes to garner 2 million passengers a year with its Kraków connections.

Meanwhile, the airport remains open to other airlines. It was recently anounced that British Airways and Swiss Airlines will return to Kraków, after suspending services for a few years. (nh)

Source: Dziennik Polski

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