Four new easyJet connections to be launched from Kraków. Starting from November, our passengers will be able to travel from the Kraków Airport to Geneva, Venice, Naples and Manchester.
A significant extension of the easyJet offer awaits our passengers in the winter season: the airline will launch four new connections from Kraków, adding them to their ten existing routes. Amongst the four new connections there are three brand new routes. Our passengers will now be able to visit two Italian cities: Venice and Naples, as well as Geneva in Switzerland and Manchester in any season, as the connections will be served all-year-round.
The new flights will be available with the following schedule:
• Kraków – Venice (three times a week: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; first flight: 1 November)
• Kraków – Naples (twice a week: Wednesdays and Saturdays; first flight: 2 November)
• Kraków – Geneva (twice a week: Tuesdays and Saturdays; first flight: 1 November)
• Kraków – Manchester (three times a week: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; first flight: 1 November).
Tickets can be booked already via the website: www.easyJet.com.
Kraków Airport is the only Polish airport in the easyJet network (our cooperation started in 2004). easyJet is the second airline operating in Kraków in terms of passenger traffic (541,588 passengers served in 2015). Since the start of its operation in our airport, the airline served nearly 5.5 million passengers flying to and from Kraków. Until now easyJet offered 10 connections from Kraków: Belfast, Bristol, Basel, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Edinburgh, Hamburg, London Gatwick, Liverpool, Lyon, Milan Malpensa.
easyJet is an important European airline with an outstanding network of routes offered from the crucial European airports in competitive prices. During the year, the airline serves more than 70 million passengers, including 12 million people travelling for business purposes. Its fleet consists of 240 airplanes, serving more than 800 connections between 130 airports in 31 countries. easyJet’s operates at the airports which can be reached within an hour by more than 300 million Europeans.