6 MAY 2013


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Article from BTNews 6 MAY 2013

Polish Bristol

Ryanair has introduced a new route to Szczecin in Poland from Bristol Airport.  This brings to nine the number of Polish destinations served by the airline from the airport to nine. This is the largest number of direct routes operated by Ryanair from any British airport outside London.

Sited where the River Oder flows into the Baltic Sea, Szczecin is an energetic and enthralling city.  Today it is the capital of the province of Western Pomerania and is full of unique character and charm.  It is the country's seventh-largest city and is a major seaport with a strong maritime industry, with a busy port and repair shipyard.  It is situated near the border between Germany and Poland.

Szczecin is not the only new Ryanair route starting from Bristol Airport this summer.  On Saturday 27 April a new flight to Chania (Crete) commenced.  This Mediterranean island is famed for its mountainous landscapes and laidback atmosphere.  Rich in history, including the ruins of the Minoan palace of Knossos, but with lively nightlife, Crete offers the best of ancient and modern cultures.  In total Ryanair serves 32 destinations from Bristol. www.ryanair.com

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