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We have seen this with Ryanair over and over again.
One minute Ryanair boasts of opening/reopening a hub, such as Copenhagen on which Hannah reported a couple of weeks ago, the next it tells the media (in this case Polish media) that it is cutting flights elsewhere.
The cuts are being made at Warsaw Modlin for the winter 2023/4 season.
Some routes are being axed while a few are being transferred to Warsaw Chopin.
As far as the UK is concerned flights to Bristol and Belfast will be axed around the end of October while Warsaw-Manchester will be switched to Chopin airport (which is more convenient for downtown Warsaw).
In total Ryanair will reduce flights from Modlin by 20 per cent.
Polish media [PL] today reports on those destinations affected.
Readers travelling to Warsaw after end October are recommended to check booking status.