Ryanair confirmed it will transfer all of its Warsaw flights from Warsaw Chopin back to Warsaw Modlin Airport from Monday 30th September. Ryanair has now committed to fly all its Warsaw services from Modlin under a 10-year agreement with the airport.
Ryanair also unveiled its summer 2014 schedule at Warsaw Modlin, which includes 2 new routes to Alicante and Thessaloniki and increased frequencies on 8 other routes.
Frequencies will also rise on eight of the 28 routes Ryanair will operate from Warsaw. Ryanair’s Michael Cawley told a press conference at Warsaw that the airline was back at Modlin in time to operate its full winter schedule. "We have also released our Warsaw summer 2014 schedule, with two new routes to Alicante and Thessaloniki, increased frequencies on eight other routes and a total of 28 routes to/from Warsaw Modlin Airport," he said.