Warsaw flight launches

Bristol Airport team with sign saying ‘witamy’- which means welcome in Polish.

Bristol Airport added yet another capital city to its list of destinations when Rynair launched its Warsaw flight.

To celebrate the new service, Ryanair is giving passengers in the South West the chance to visit Warsaw from just £9.99.

This is for travel on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday only in November and December. Tickets must be booked before midnight on Thursday November 1, for passengers to qualify for this offer.

Shaun Browne, Aviation Director at Bristol Airport, comments:“Warsaw is the 13th capital city in Europe served direct from Bristol Airport.

“Ryanair’s new service provides an important link between the South West and Poland, which will be popular with leisure and business travellers as well as providing a convenient connection with home for the substantial Polish community in this region.”