Bristol and Aberdeen to Warsaw – new Wizzair routes between UK and Poland
Flying low-cost between UK and Poland will become even easier in May 2016. Especially for budget-savvy travellers. The Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizzair has announced new additions to its summer 2016 schedule.
The decision to base the sixth aircraft at Warsaw Chopin Airport, will allow the airline to offer routes between Warsaw to two more British cities – Bristol and Aberdeen.
On the route to Bristol, Wizzair will be competing with Ryanair. For Aberdeen Airport, Wizzair is the sole carrier providing routes to Poland (it is already possible to fly from Aberdeen to Gdansk in northern Poland).
The routes BRS-WAW and ABZ-WAW, both inaugurating on May 13, will be available twice weekly: on Wednesdays and Sundays from Bristol and on Mondays and Thursdays from Aberdeen.
The additional aircraft will allow also to introduce two more routes - to Bari and Reykjavik as well as to increase the frequency of the most popular already existing flights.
UK flights to Warsaw – Chopin (WAW) and Modlin (WMI)
Currently, Wizzair’s flights to Warsaw-Chopin are available from Birmingham, Doncaster/Sheffield, Glasgow-International, Liverpool and London-Luton.
One more low-cost route to Warsaw-Chopin is on offer, this time from Norwegian Air Shuttle, departing from London-Gatwick.
If you prefer the commodities of a regular airline over the low rates, the choice is between the Polish and British flag carrier: both fly to Warsaw-Chopin from London-Heathrow.
Please note, that Poland’s capital is served by two international airports. It is also possible to fly to Warsaw via low-cost Modlin Airport, located approx. 25 miles north of the city. The sole airline operating at Modlin Airport (official name Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport – WMI) is Ryanair, offering quite an extensive choice of routes UK - Poland. Ryanair’s routes to Warsaw (Modlin) are available from Bristol, East Midlands, Glasgow-International, Liverpool, London-Stansted and Manchester.