“The opening of 8 new routes in the Polish network of Ryanair connections strengthens the commitment of airlines to the development of Poland and the reconstruction of the domestic tourism industry, which plays a key role in rebuilding local jobs and the economy,” reads the release.
New low-cost carrier routes
New destinations from Poland in the Ryanair S’22 timetable are: Poznań – Stockholm / Chania / Palma, Wrocław – Stockholm, Gdańsk – Venice Marco Polo, Katowice – Venice Marco Polo, Lublin – London Luton, Warsaw Modlin – Trapani, replaced.
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Movement in the pandemic has died down
Data from the European statistical office show that in June the largest number of commercial flights took place in the European Union’s airspace since last year’s summer summit. I am talking about 302 thousand. 200 flights.
This result can be interpreted from two sides. On the one hand, there is a recovery in air traffic following a pandemic slump. In June 2020, it was by 60-70 percent. lower than now. Since March, there are more planes in the sky with each successive month, and the gap from the numbers recorded before COVID in 2019 is narrowing.
On the other hand, the gap is still very large. Two years earlier, in June 2019, there were 663,000 jobs in the EU. flights, which is more than twice as many as now.