Press article fom 19.04.2005
4 new routes to Portugal - Poland - Slovakia
London / Frankfurt-Hahn, 19th April 2005 - Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 low fares airline, today (19th April 2005) announced a major expansion at its Frankfurt Hahn base with 4 new European routes to Bratislava (Slovakia), Porto (Portugal), Gdansk & Rzeszow (Poland).
Announcing the new routes, Sean Coyle Director of Scheduled Revenue said:
“We opened our 1st German base in Frankfurt Hahn in February 2002 and today we are increasing this base with new routes to Gdansk and Rzeszow in Poland, Oporto in Portugal and for the first ever time to Bratislava in Slovakia. Ryanair will carry in excess of 3M passengers through Frankfurt Hahn in 2005 - saving €300M over the high fares charged by Lufthansa.
“These fantastic new destinations are on sale right now at www.ryanair.com from €2.99*. We would urge passengers wishing to grab a bargain to these great new destinations to book now, as demand will be huge!”
*One Way Ex Taxes
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