SprintAir’s Olsztyn-Mazury to Krakow
Polish and German guests from politics, business and the media helped to mark the start of SprintAir services from Olsztyn-Mazury to Berlin Tegel, which began on 21 January, including: Alex Lubawinski, a member of the Berlin House of Representatives; Zbigniew Pietrzak, Marcin Kuchciński and Wioletta Śląska-zysk, all representatives of Warmia and Mazury; Rainer Bretschneider, State and airport coordinator Landes Brandenburg; Elmar Kleinert, Head of Operations Berlin Brandenburg Airport; and Krzysztof Pawlowski, Head of Commercial Olsztyn-Mazury Airport.
All arriving and departing passengers on the SprintAir inaugural flights between Olsztyn-Mazury and Krakow on 22 January were given a set of gifts from both airports. The domestic route is flown thrice-weekly by the regional airline’s 34-seat Saab 340s.
- SprintAir, the Polish regional airline, began flights on 21 January from Olsztyn-Mazury (SZY) in northern Poland to Berlin Tegel (TXL), and then on the following day on the domestic connection to Krakow (KRK). Olsztyn-Mazury Airport serves the nearby city of Szczytno and these services represent the first scheduled flights at the airport according to OAG data. Both routes are currently uncontested, flown thrice-weekly and operated by SprintAir’s 34-seat Saab 340s.