Showing posts from February 13, 2014

Ryanair announces new Krakow to Gdańsk link

                                                      Ryanair Boeing 737-800 Ultra low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced it will launch a new route from Krakow to Gdańsk from 1st July , operating three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, competing against EuroLot. Catherine Gaborec in Krakow with Ryanair said "The domestic Ryanair from Gdansk and Wroclaw to Warsaw Modlin are very popular and that we can offer a long-awaited route from Kraków to Gdańsk. Flights will begin on July 1 and will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. There is no doubt that the new domestic connections would greatly successful in the Polish market and more and more Poles will see that flying with Ryanair is a cheap, comfortable and safe. In the past two years, Ryanair has become the leader in Poland, carrying more passengers than LOT." In addition to two new domestic routes from Warsaw Modlin to Gdańsk and Wroclaw start on 2nd April. Krakow Air

Shannon Airport to expand Hangar capacity to meet growing demand

                                                    Shannon Airport  Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Leo Varadkar, TD, has today said that he has been extremely encouraged by Shannon Airport’s start to life as an independent entity. The airport currently has 50,700sq meters of space in nine hangars, all of which will be fully occupied following the signing of contracts with Air Contractors. To meet a current request for near term additional hangar space, the board of the Shannon Group recently agreed to seek planning permission and to tender for the procurement and associated works of a fabric hangar of 4,300sq metres capable of accommodating wide-bodied aircraft. It is anticipated the new hangar – intended to be the first of a number of new hangars developed at Shannon – will be built and open for business by the end of the year.  The Airport has already had discussions with a number of interested parties in relation to the use of this new facility. Air Contra