Podgorica in Montenegro, Czech Prague, Malaga in Spain, El Prat Airport in Barcelona and the return connection to Naples – these are the new connections that Ryanair is preparing in the summer network connections from Gdansk Airport. The first flights are scheduled for the end of March.
Although the winter communication network was put into operation only twelve days ago at Gdańsk Airport, carriers are already preparing for the new summer season. Next year will be another season for rebuilding passenger traffic after the pandemic, to which, among other things, new connections will contribute.
These have just been announced by Irish airline Ryanair. Already in the spring of 2023 we will fly from Gdańsk, among others, to Montenegro, the Czech Republic and two new airports in Italy and Spain.
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The first flight from Gdańsk to Podgorica is scheduled for spring. The plane with the first passengers will leave for Montenegro on March 27. There will be two flights a week – on Mondays and Thursdays.
Two days later, the Irish carrier intends to launch a connection to the Czech capital. Planes will also fly between Gdansk and Prague twice a week – on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
At the same time, Spain’s Malaga is set to appear in the telecom network. You will be able to travel to the south of Spain on Tuesday and Saturday. Ryanair also intends to rectify the relationship between Gdansk and Barcelona. Starting in the spring, planes will fly to Barcelona’s main airport – El Prat, instead of the more distant one in Reus.
There are also two changes to the Italian connections in the new grille. In summer, flights will return to Naples (on Friday and Sunday) – as in the case of switching airports in Catalonia – connections to Venice will be modified. From the end of March, planes will land and take off a little north of the city center in Treviso, and not – as before – at the airport Marco Polo.
Trips to early November Verona and … Malaga are also announced by the Hungarian Wizzair. On Monday, LOT’s first Dreamliner flew to the Dominican Republic, at the same time as the opening of connections from Gdansk across the ocean.
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