Ryanair announces eighth new Stansted route for Summer 2012
09 February 2012
Ryanair has added yet another destination to its Stansted network following the announcement that flights to Warsaw will launch in July, the airline's eighth new route from Stansted for summer 2012.
Flight connections to the Polish capital will operate into the brand new Modlin Airport which opens its doors for business in July 2012. Other new Ryanair services for summer 2012 include the Hungarian capital, Budapest; Greek connections to Crete, Araxos Patras, Kos, direct flights to sun drenched Malta and Cyprus (Paphos); and flights to European Capital of Culture 2011, Turku in Finland.
Paul Haynes, Stansted's Airline Route and Marketing Manager, said: "New routes always create great interest and excitement with the travelling public and we wish Ryanair every success with these fantastic new connections, which I'm certain will prove to be very popular. Stansted already serves more destinations across Europe than any other airport in the world and these new links are a great boost to our network."
Ryanair's Michelle Lowe said: "Ryanair is pleased to announce a new route from London Stansted to Warsaw Modlin Airport which will operate daily from 16th July. Passengers around the region now have a choice of over 110 top Ryanair destinations from London Stansted Airport giving them even more choice than ever."
With fares from Stansted as low as £26.99 one-way including tax, seats will fill up fast. To book your Stansted connection to the Polish capital visit www.ryanair.com.