Two New Glasgow Routes To Krakow & Madrid

01 Feb 2017

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (1 Feb) launched 2 new Glasgow International routes to Krakow (2 weekly) and Madrid (4 weekly), both beginning in October, as part of its winter 2017 schedule which will go on sale soon.

Ryanair celebrated its new Glasgow routes by releasing seats for sale at prices starting from just £9.99 for travel in February and March. These low fare seats are available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Monday (6 Feb).

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said:

"Ryanair is pleased to announce 2 new routes from Glasgow to Krakow (twice weekly) and Madrid (four weekly), both starting in October, as part of our Glasgow International winter 2017 schedule, which will be launched soon.

 Scottish customers and visitors can look forward to even lower fares when they make advance bookings for their summer or winter holidays, so there’s never been a better time to book a low fare flight to or from Glasgow.

 To celebrate our new Glasgow routes, we are releasing seats for sale from just £9.99 for travel in February and March,which are available for booking until midnight Monday, 6 February. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

 Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said:

 "This is extremely welcome news from Ryanair which has continued to respond to demand since the launch of its Glasgow base in 2014. Madrid and Krakow are two of Europe’s most popular city-break destinations and both routes have huge potential to generate significant in-bound tourism for Glasgow and Scotland.

 Madrid and Glasgow enjoy strong economic ties with companies such as Santander, Gamesa and Scottish Power all having headquarters in Glasgow so there will undoubtedly be strong demand for this service from within the business community.

 The introduction of Krakow brings the total number of Polish routes available from Glasgow to nine. As one of the oldest cities in Poland, it is often described as the country’s cultural capital so it will no doubt prove a huge draw for leisure travellers."