Alicante (Spain) and Brussels-Charleroi (Belgium) are two new destinations which are going to be available directly from Balice from spring 2010 – it was announced at the beginning of December by Krakow Balice Airport authorities.
Flights to and from Charleroi, an airport located around 50 km from the capital of Belgium, will be operated by Ryanair. The Irish company is making a really serious preparation to the next spring-summer season, because connection to/from Belgium is sixth new in its offer which was recently announced.
Flights from Krakow to Brussels will be available from 31st of March 2010 three times each week (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Prices are estimating from 59 PLN (around 15 euros; one-way, including taxes).
Also the second interesting spring Krakow connection will be operating by Ryanair. It is Alicante, a very nice Spanish town on the south of the country, also an important and comfortable changing point when you travel to/from Morocco. Flights to Spain are scheduled on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Prices starts from 79 PLN (around 20 euros).
Four left new Ryanair’s “cities of destination” are: Leeds Bradford, Rome-Ciampino, Trapani and Oslo Rygge.
Ok, maybe we don’t have our own low-cost carrier (all Polish companies which had been trying to gain the cheap-flight market bankrupted or suspendes their activity – Air Polonia, Centralwings and Direct Fly) but this Irish one is doing well.