Ryanair Adds Four New Routes to Krakow Operations

Ryanair Adds Four New Routes to Krakow Operations
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Ryanair has this week announced the addition of four new routes to its operations out of Krakow, Poland.

The airline continues to grow it’s presence in Eastern Europe, based on consistent demand increases.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Ryanair’s Plans for Krakow in Summer 2024…

Ryanair Adds Four New Routes to Krakow Operations
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The four new routes being added to the Krakow operation by Ryanair are as follows:

  • Dubrovnik
  • Faro
  • Olbia
  • Trieste

Such route additions means that around 83 will be available to book in total from the Polish airport.

Two additional Boeing 737 aircraft will be based at Krakow, with Ryanair expecting traffic growth to rise by 24% to 3.8m passengers.

In total, 11 aircraft will be based at the airport, highlighting the significant growth out of the region.

Ryanair Adds Four New Routes to Krakow Operations
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Alicja Wójcik-Gołębiowska, Ryanair Country Manager for Central Europe & The Baltics had this to say:

“As the number 1 airline in Krakow, we are pleased to announce our largest ever flight schedule on S24 for Krakow with 4 new routes to Dubrovnik, Faro, Olbia and Trieste.”

“Ryanair continues to deliver more traffic, more jobs and more low prices than any other airline.”

“Ryanair has placed 2 new B737 aircraft (an additional USD 200 million investment) in Krakow and expects traffic on S24 Krakow to increase by 20% to over 3.8 million passengers, making Ryanair the No. 1 airline in Krakow.”

Adding to this was Radosław Włoszek, the President of the Management Board at Krakow Airport:

“From the end of March, a spring-summer route map will be in force at the Krakow airport, which will allow passengers to discover unforgettable places not only in Europe, but also around the world.”

“We are glad that our base carrier Ryanair is opening new routes such as Olbia and Trieste in Italy, Faro in Portugal, long awaited by passengers, or the pearl of the Adriatic – Dubrovnik.”

The words from both Wójcik-Gołębiowska & Włoszek highlight the significant growth that has taken place for holiday travel.


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Overall, Ryanair continues to grow it’s presence within Europe, with the Krakow news being a recent example of that.

All eyes will be on what additional expansion plans are revealed within the continent ahead of the Summer season.

Despite constraints with aircraft deliveries, the Irish low-cost carrier is doing all they can to facilitate success.

But for now, let’s see how their Summer 2024 season goes.

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