Budget carrier Ryanair is to branch into Polish domestic routes next year to reinforce its network at Warsaw's Modlin airport.

The airline is to open daily connections from Modlin to Wroclaw and Gdansk.

It follows the decision to switch its Warsaw operation from the main Chopin airport to Modlin, after technical issues with Modlin were resolved.

Modlin's operator has disclosed the plans by Ryanair, adding that the carrier intends to offer 30 routes from the airport.

The airline has confirmed the decision, adding that the new services will begin in March 2014.

Ryanair, which will compete against flag-carrier LOT, says the move will "deliver significantly lower air fares for Polish consumers".

Source: FlightGlobal.com