Czech Airlines’ Berlin service turns 65; Ryanair celebrates 1.5 million passengers in Bydgoszcz and 200,000 in Växjö Småland

Czech Airlines celebrated the 65th anniversary of its service from Prague to Berlin last week.

Czech Airlines celebrated the 65th anniversary of its service from Prague to Berlin last week. Assisting the ceremony in Berlin were Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg’s Senior Consulting Airline Marketing, Andreas Ley; Ilija Ganopolski, Czech Airlines’ Sales Executive North; and Lenka Havliková, Czech Airlines’ Airport Project Manager.

The four-year-old Szymon was the 1.5 millionth passenger carried by Ryanair from Bydgoszcz in northern Poland.

The four-year-old Szymon was the 1.5 millionth passenger carried by Ryanair from Bydgoszcz in northern Poland since the airline launched its operations there in 2005. The landmark passenger was travelling to Dublin last week.

Ryanair celebrated the arrival of 200,000th passenger in Växjö Småland Airport, since starting operations there in October 2007.

Ryanair celebrated the arrival of 200,000th passenger in Växjö Småland Airport, since starting operations there in October 2007. The lucky passenger was a four-year-old Siri Eliasson pictured with her mother, older sister and Ryanair’s Nordic Sales and Marketing Manager, Elina Hakkarainen. During summer 2013 Ryanair will operate three routes from Växjö to Alicante, Dusseldorf Weeze and Palma.


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