Wednesday, February 29, 2012

July 2012: Ryanair will fly from Moss Rygge to Warsaw-Modlin airport

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Norwegian Air Shuttle operates flights from Oslo Airport to Warsaw Chopin Airport. Ryanair will start flights from Moss-Rygge airport in July, but will, as usual, bring you to an airport further away from the city centre.

Ryanair may bring you cheap to any destination, or that is if you follow all the airline’s instructions. The budget air carrier does, however, as a rule bring you to airports where they pay lower fees to land. This may mean pushing higher transportation costs to your destination on to you.
So is also the case when Ryanair opens flights from Moss-Rygge Airport to Warsaw in July. They will fly to Warsaw-Modlin Airport located 35 kilometers away from the city centre, and has served as a military airport until now. It will now serve budget airlines flying to the Polish capital.
This airport will open a month before Ryanair starts its flights. (Let us hope it is finished by then), and Ryanair will operate three weekly flights to Warsaw-Modlin.
I personally avoid Ryanair - here you see why!

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