New Manchester Route To Wroclaw Launched

27 Apr 2016

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (27 Apr) further expanded its Manchester winter 2016 schedule with a new routes to Wroclaw, in addition to the 3 new routes announced earlier to Berlin, Hamburg and Nuremberg, which will deliver 4.1m customers p.a. and support 3,100* jobs at Manchester Airport.

Ryanair’s Manchester winter 2016 schedule will deliver:

  •          4 new routes: Berlin (daily), Hamburg (daily), Nuremberg (daily) & Wroclaw (3 wkly)
  •          8 new winter routes: Bratislava (3 wkly), Carcassonne (2 wkly), Limoges (2 wkly), Malta (3 wkly),

   Murcia (3 wkly), Palma (3 wkly), Paris (3 wkly) & Valencia (2 wkly)

  •          35 routes in total
  •          Over 200 weekly flights
  •          4.1m customers p.a.
  •          3,100* “on-site” jobs p.a.

Ryanair is the ideal choice for business and leisure customers, who can now choose from 35 Manchester routes in winter 2016 and look forward to further improvements, under Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes more new routes, new digital features, new cabin interiors and even more low fares.

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said:

 “We are pleased to launch a new Manchester route to Wroclaw, as part of our significantly expanded winter 2016 schedule, which also includes 3 new routes to Berlin, Hamburg and Nuremberg, which will help             deliver 4.1m customers p.a. and support 3,100* jobs at Manchester Airport, as we grow by 33%.

To celebrate our new route to Wroclaw, we are releasing seats for sale from just £19.99, which are available for booking until Wednesday (4 May) for travel in November and December. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Stephen Turner, Commercial Director at Manchester Airport, said:

“It is great to see Ryanair add another destination to its offering here at Manchester Airport, the UK’s third largest.

The new route to Wroclaw strengthens the airport’s offering to Poland and gives the 22m people in our large catchment area more choice when flying from the North.”