Low-cost carrier Ryanair is to add six new routes from Wroclaw in Poland from March next year, when it sets up a new base at the airport.
The airline already serves Wroclaw from airports including Bristol, Dublin, East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick, Liverpool and London Stansted, and will add Bournemouth to the list from March 2012.
Ryanair will base one aircraft at the Polish airport, and add six new routes to Bournemouth, Chania (Crete), Malmo, Malta, Paris Beauvais Tillé and Venice Treviso.
The carrier serves a total of nine Polish airports from a variety of destinations, including Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow Lodz and Poznan.
For more information visit ryanair.com.
Report by Mark Caswell