Ryanair destinations from Gdansk Airport, Poland
Gdansk Airport (GDN) is the third busiest airport in Poland. It is located on the Polish Baltic coast, serving directly not only Gdansk, but also the Tricity agglomeration consisting of the cities Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot.
Ryanair is one of the major airlines operating at Gdansk Airport, surpassed in the number of destinations served only by Wizzair, also present in Gdansk.
Ryanair destinations from Gdansk Airport
In mid 2014 year round Ryanair routes from Gdansk Airport (GDN) are available to:
- Birmingham Airport (BHX)
- Bristol Airport (BRS)
- Cork Airport (ORK)
- Dublin Airport (DUB)
- Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
- Leeds/Bradford Airport (LBA)
- London-Stansted Airport (STN)
- Manchester Airport (MAN)
- Moss/Rygge Airport (RYG)
- Warsaw-ModlinAirport (WMI)
- Pisa Airport (PSA) (seasonal route)
- Krakow Airport (KRK) (seasonal route)
- Wroclaw Airport (WRO) (seasonal route)
Ryanair rapid growth in Gdansk Airport
Poland’s third busiest airport, Gdansk (GDN), officially known as Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport, was chosen to become Ryanair’s third Polish base: from October 2014 the airport will be hosting one aircraft of the Irish carrier.
The number of Ryanair destinations from Gdansk Airport has been constantly growing ever since march 2014 when the first route from Gdansk to Warsaw-Modlin was launched. By September 2014 Rynanair was operating over 94 weekly flights from Gdansk.
Ryanair’s bet on Gdansk location is believed to generate 700 on-site jobs at Gdansk Airport serving 700 000 passengers annually.
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