The international charter airline InterAir opens its base in Gdansk. On April 1, 2023, the first planes will appear in Rębiechowo, which will fly on behalf of the largest travel agencies, including to places such as: Rhodes, Fuerteventura, Mallorca, Enfida-Hammamet, Hurghada and Heraklion.
Gdansk will be Enter Air’s fifth operating base after Warsaw, Katowice, Wroclaw and Poznań. The first plane will be flown to Gdańsk on April 1, and after that there will be more. how much exactly? This cannot be estimated, because the company – for obvious reasons – wants planes to fly and make money, and not wait in hangars. The base in Gdansk is to assist in the rapid expansion of the already large international network of charter carrier contacts.
Inter Air. Where do we fly from Gdansk?
Gdansk joined Enter Air’s Polish and European bases. With bases also located in London, Paris and Tel Aviv, the company operates several hundred connections in the summer using 25 aircraft.
Where do we fly from Gdansk? It is already known that there will be such: Hurghada, Fuerteventura, Burgas, Varna, Rhodes, Antalya, Mallorca, Enfidha, Hammamet, Izmir, Marsa Alam and Heraklion.
Enter Air CEO: We will develop in Gdańsk
– The market in our country is developing quite dynamically, despite inflation and the noticeable effects of the pandemic. More and more people want to travel because of the unpredictable weather in Poland. Gdansk was still missing from our bases map, so we finally had to make the move. If the demand for charter connections from Gdansk remains at a good level, then Enter Air will develop here, – he confirms in an interview with the Pasazer.com portal. Grzygorz PolanikiCEO of Enter Air.
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