Polish low-cost airline Centralwings has announced that from October 28 it will
be extending its network from the UK to offer flights from Manchester to Krakow
three times a week, and Warsaw four times a week.
Centralwings is also introducing a new route
between Edinburgh and Poznan (three times a week).
The new flights are in addition to Centralwings’
existing services from London Stansted to Warsaw, Gatwick to Warsaw, Krakow and
Wroclaw, and destinations in Poland from Dublin, Shannon and Cork.
Budget airline Ryanair does not currently run a
service to Poland from Manchester or Edinburgh, and Easyjet only fly Edinburgh
to Krakow, so Centralwings’s new routes will be filling a gap in the market,
particularly for people travelling from the north of the UK.
The Polish airline promises competitive prices for
its new routes – flights from UK airports start at £3.99 – but passengers can
expect a fixed charge of £19.89 each way (including tax) to be levied on top.
For more information visit centralwings.com.
Report by Jenny Southan