first low cost carrier operating out of the Lithuanian airport, is targeting in
excess of 100,000 passengers in its first year of operation on the Kaunas route.
In addition to the new Lithuanian service, Ryaniar has further
increased its presence in central Europe with the launch of Stansted flights to
Lodz and Poznan
CEO Michael O'Leary says: “We launched our first route in Poland just three months
ago from Stansted to Wroclaw.
With these two new routes to Lodz and Poznan, Ryanair will serve more Polish airports (seven)
directly from London than any other airline.”
The Irish carrier will also start flights to Grenoble
The Stansted-Grenoble route was formerly operated by Buzz, but was among a
number of French routes dropped after Ryanair acquired the budget carrier from
KLM in 2003.
daily flights to the four new destinations will begin between September 22 and
is also increasing to twice a day the frequency on its existing routes from Stansted to Londonderry, Riga in Latvia, Tampere in Finland and the Spanish
cities of Seville