Summer schedule of flights will become valid this Sunday, 29th of March. The Katowice International Airport (KTW) will offer 95 routes. Such a lot of destinations will be available at KTW for the first time in its history.
There will be 35 destinations to sixteen countries available within the regular flight network, including four new routes to Belfast, Larnaca, Bristol and Bologna. All the new services will be served by Wizz Air, which is going to add its fifth 180-seated Airbus A320 to the KTW base at the end of March. Also, the carrier will increase frequencies on some of the most popular routes to the Great Britain and Scandinavia.
These are destinations to be served from the airport this summer: seven routes to the Great Britain (Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Doncaster-Sheffield, Glasgow, London-Stansted oraz London-Luton), five to Germany (Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Frankfurt-Hahn, Cologne-Bonn), four to Italy (Bologna, Milan-Bergamo, Rome-Fiumicino, Naples), three to Norway (Bergen, Oslo-Torp, Stavanger), two to the Netherlands (Eindhoven and Maastricht-Aachen), two to Sweden (Malmo, Stockholm-Skavsta), two to Spain (Barcelona, Alicante), one to Greece (Chania), Ireland (Dublin), Cyprus (Larnaca), Bulgaria (Burgas), Israel (Tel-Aviv), Ukraine (Kiev), Georgia (Kutaisi) and France (Paris-Beauvais).
Additionally, this summer, KTW will offer the largest number of charter routes from amongst all regional airports in Poland. There are offered 60 destinations in fourteen countries of Europe, Africa and Asia. Eighteen out of the sixty services will be served to Greece.
The KTW authorities predict that 2015 will be another breaking-record year and expect to handle about 3 million passengers for the first time in history.