Lodz Airport: Ryanair announces biggest ever W'22 schedule
3 new Routes (5 total) with over 25 weekly flights
Ryanair, Europe and Poland’s No.1 airline today (15th June) has announced its biggest ever Winter schedule for Lodz, including 3 new routes to Alicante, Brussels Charleroi, and Milan Bergamo. As Ryanair increases travel options for its Polish customers with over 25 weekly flights operating for Winter’22, the airline is committed to growing inbound and outbound traffic to Poland and Lodz.
Ryanair is driving post Covid-19 recovery across its network, where it can be seen that competitive airport charges and low fares can rapidly restore connectivity and tourism. Whilst legacy airlines who have received millions of euros in State aid continue to reduce capacity, Ryanair is growing its fleet with an order of 210 new B737 “Gamechanger” aircraft, which burn 16% less fuel and 40% less noise emissions, while adding 4% more seats.
To allow our Polish customers and visitors to Lodz to book their next Winter getaway at the lowest possible fares, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just 89 zł one way for travel from October 2022 until January 2023, which must be booked by Friday, 17th June. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com to avoid missing out.
In Lodz, Ray Kelliher, Ryanair’s Director of Route Development, said:
“As Europe and Poland’s No. 1 airline, Ryanair is delighted to announce its biggest ever schedule for Lodz this Winter, offering over 25 weekly flights across 5 routes, including 3 new routes to major destinations like Alicante, Brussels, and Milan.
This Summer, Lodz will also benefit from Ryanair growth, through our Polish airline Buzz, who will operate 3 weekly charters flights to both Antalya and Heraklion. We appreciate the hard work of the Airport and the City of Lodz in delivering this exciting network, which thanks to low fares and competitive airport costs will continue to grow over the coming seasons.
To allow our customers travel to/from Lodz at the lowest possible fares this Winter, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just 89 zł for travel from October 2022 until January 2023, which must be booked by Friday, 17th June. Since these super low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com to avoid missing out.”
Michal Kaczmarzyk, Buzz CEO, Ryanair Group airline said:
“Ryanair Group is increasing its presence in Lodz, not only by massive schedule growth this Summer and upcoming Winter but also by conducting pilot’s training under the Ryanair Mentored Programme delivered by Bartolini Air. This is Ryanair’s only mentored pilot scheme in Central Eastern Europe and the fastest way to achieve a pilot license and to start a career as a pilot in Poland”.
Anna Midera, Ph.D. President of the Board and CEO of Lodz Airport:
“Each signal showing that we are back to the development path, especially after the pandemic and conflict in Ukraine, is particularly important. I am glad that Ryanair's development in Poland includes Łódź and Central Poland.
I have been managing the Lodz Airport for 5 years. The good cooperation with the local authorities and the business environment meant that we are taken into account in Ryanair's traffic development plans. It's very important because of that in less than one year, Łódź will become the aviation capital of Poland and Europe - the host of the European Air Traffic Development Forum - Routes Europe 2023.