As the carrier easyJet informed last week, this new connection from Krakow would be the fourth connection introduced to this years’ winter flights timetable. Everyday connections from London’s Gatwick airport will begin November 5, November 29 from Edinburgh (four times a week), and to Bournemouth (three times a week) beginning November 30.
Altogether, easyJet will offer ten routes from Krakow: Belfast, Bournemouth, Bristol, Dortmund, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Gatwick, Luton, Newcastle, and Paris. Regional Director of easyJet John Kohlsaat has assessed Krakow as a very attractive city for the company, which plans to do its best to give its passengers an even wider range of flight destinations.
The International Airport in Krakow – Balice, is the second largest airport in Poland, right after Warsaw’s Okecie. In this year’s summer timetable, Krakow Airport has 61 regular connections to 49 cities in Europe, as well as flights to cities in the U.S. and Israel, served by 22 airlines. Last year Balice airport attended to 24 mln passengers and this year’s plan is assuming to reach the 3 mln level.