Budget airline Ryanair have announced that their service between Wrocław and Warsaw will end in just a month's time.
Just a few weeks ago the Irish airline said it would stop flying between Wroclaw and Warsaw on March 24th due to their frustration at their planes being allocated distant parking positions far away from the terminal at Warsaw Chopin.
However Ryanair will now end the service on October 28th as a result of their well documented roster "mess up".
Anyone who had already purchased tickets for the flights that were cancelled yesterday should follow the instructions in Ryanair's press release.
We have also emailed each of the 315,000 customers whose flights were previously cancelled over a 6 week period in Sept and Oct. (Ryanair carries 15m customers every 6 weeks) We have offered each of these customers a €40 travel voucher (€80 return), again for travel between October and March 2018. This flight voucher is in addition to the flight re-accommodation/refunds they received last week, and applicable to the EU261 compensation which they may claim and receive over the coming weeks. (Note: €40 per seat exceeds Ryanair current ave. fare).
Ryanair press release, 27/09/2017
Ryanair's other routes from Wroclaw airport have nonetheless survived the cull, which affects 33 routes including Gdansk-Warsaw, Szczecin-Edinburgh, Trapani-Krakow and Hamburg-Katowice.