Speaking of the launch of Ryanair’s new service to Warsaw Modlin, Bristol Airport’s Aviation Director, Shaun Browne, underlined: “Warsaw is the 13th capital city in Europe served direct from Bristol Airport. Ryanair’s new service provides an important link between the South West and Poland, which will be popular with leisure and business travellers as well as providing a convenient connection with home for the substantial Polish community in this region.”
- Ryanair further increased its presence at the new Warsaw Modlin (WMI) airport with three UK destinations on 30 October, after it launched flights on four routes only a week before. Flights from Bristol (BRS), East Midlands (EMA) and Glasgow Prestwick (PIK) will each depart with thrice-weekly frequencies using the airline’s 189-seat 737-800s. The Scottish service is yet another route to Warsaw Modlin on which the Irish carrier goes head-on against Wizz Air, which serves Prestwick with twice-weekly schedule from Modlin.