Ryanair’s New Malmö/Gothenburg-Krakow Service Takes Off

01 Nov 2017

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (31 Oct) celebrated the first flight on its new three weekly service from both Gothenburg and Malmö to Krakow. Ryanair’s Gothenburg winter schedule includes 5 routes in total, including a new route to Krakow. Ryanair’s Malmö winter schedule is the new route to Krakow.

To mark the start of these new routes, Ryanair has released seats from Gothenburg from just 95 kr, and from Malmö from only 76, both are for travel in November 2017 to January 2018 which are only available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Wednesday (1 Nov), subject to availability.

Ryanair’s Chris Lundshøj said:

“Winter is here and we’re pleased to launch our two new Gothenburg-Krakow and Malmö services, both with three weekly service, the first of our winter 2017 routes. Swedish customers and visitors can choose from 5 Gothenburg routes in total this winter and one from Malmö, both including a new route to Krakow.

To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from Gothenburg from 95 kr and Malmö from 76 kr, for travel in November to January, both which are available for booking until midnight Wednesday (1 Nov). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com now and avoid missing out.”

Gothenburg Airport’s Director Charlotte Ljunggren said:
“We are pleased to offer the West Swedes an exciting experience in Krakow which is only a two hour flight away from Gothenburg Landvetter. The new route also means it will be a more convenient travel for those who want to visit family and friends in Poland

Malmö Airport’s Airport Manager Peter Weinhandl said:
“We are very pleased to welcome Ryanair back to Malmö Airport. This new route proofs that our trend with increasingly growing passenger numbers continues after the record year of 2016. Malmö Airport is fast and efficient and we can offer our international passengers a smooth experience which is appreciated and saves time for travellers.”