Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Ryanair starts non-stop flights to two new destinations from Rygge

Poznans imperial palace is one of the city's main attractions. Photo by: Radomil
Ryanair launch more destinations from Rygge airport, one in Poland and another in Germany.  
Poznań - Poland

The city of Poznan is one of the oldest cities in Poland, with a history spanning more than a millennium. The city's old town holds many important historic monumements as the old cathedral dedicated to St. Paul and St. Peter.

Poznan is a major financial hub, and an engine in the expanding Polish economy.
Ryanair is the second airline offering flights from Norway to Poznan as Norwegian Air Shuttle has this destination on its 2012 winter programme.

Frankfurt-Hahn - Germany


Frankfurt Hahn is located close to the cities of Kirchberg and Simmern in Rhine-Palatinate. It is a major hub for Ryanair, and the budget airline operates a large number of domestic and international flights from here.

In spite of its name, the airport is virtually 120 km from both Frankfurt and Luxembourg. By road it is closer to Koblenz (about 70 kilometres / 43 miles) and Mainz (about 90 kilometres / 56 miles).

You may get from the airport to railway stations in Köln, Koblenz, Trier, Mainz, Frankfurt, Kirn, Idar-Oberstein and Saarbrücken where you can connect with Deutsche Bahn trains or local transport links. Check with the schedules before you leave to get the right connection.

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