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New route Warsaw-Budapest from july 2012

The bonds purchased by Ryanair and Wizz Air offer a whole 2 million passengers a year by Warsaw Modlin Airport.

     Today, Ryanair announced at a press conference in Warsaw to open 8 routes from Warsaw to Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Oslo, Rome and Stockholm as soon as the new airport opens Warsaw Modlin July 16, 2012. The company estimates that these eight new routes will provide at least 700,000 passengers per year for the airport.

     Wizz Air announced Feb. 1 that it plans to manage more than 1.25 million passengers from Warsaw Modlin during the first year, serving 19 destinations.

     "Ryanair and Wizz Air are two key players in European aviation, and for the two strong obligation to offer that Warsaw Modlin Airport represents the potential of the new gateway of the Polish capital," said Tony Griffin, senior vice president of ASM. "ASM is pleased to have participated in the realization of those agreements. This shows that our team is effective, helping to negotiate and offer new routes to our airport customers."

     Only 35km north of downtown is scheduled to open the Warsaw Modlin Airport in July 2012