Low-cost carrier Ryanair will fly three times-weekly from Manchester to Poland’s second largest city, starting in April next year.
Flights will operate on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, with the Poland-bound service departing Manchester at 0700 and arriving at 1050, before returning at 1115 and landing back in the UK at 1305.
Ryanair is setting up a base at Krakow, and will also launch new flights to Dortmund, Gothenburg and Kos, as well as increasing frequencies on existing routes.
The carrier already operates flights from Krakow to UK cities including Birmingham, Nottingham (East Midlands), Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool and London (Stansted).
For more information visit ryanair.com.
Report by Mark Caswell