The latest data collected by the Ryanair airline shows that Poles are especially fond of flights to three countries on holidays. Number one may surprise you.
Are you wondering where Poles are most likely to travel on low-cost airlines this year during the holidays? The most popular European carrier, Ryanair, comes with the answer. The brand has published a list of the directions that are most popular during this period.
This is where Poles fly on Christmas
The latest Ryanair data show that in the period from December 21 to January 6, the most popular destinations among Poles are Italy, which accounts for over one third (37%) of all flights chosen by the brand’s customers at that time. In second place are Spain and the Canary Islands (30%), and the podium is closed by France, to which 9% will fly during this period. Polish Ryanair passengers.
The next places are taken by Malta (7%), Portugal (5%) and Cyprus (5%). Moreover, Poles like to travel to London and Dublin at this time, which are ideal for city breaks. This is also where magical Christmas markets take place.
“During the holiday season, we observe a dynamic increase in interest in many holiday destinations, with Italy and Spain at the forefront. Moreover, Poles often choose flights to Great Britain and Ireland, where they can visit picturesque fairs and feel the true magic of Christmas. We also cannot forget about Albania, which wins the hearts of travelers every year,” says Alicja Wójcik-Gołębiowska, Country Manager CEE & Baltics at Ryanair.
The Irish airline’s route network also includes other interesting places worth paying attention to.
New Ryanair connections from Poland
The Irish carrier will soon take Polish tourists from Poznań airport to Copenhagen, Prague and Thessaloniki. The flights will start in spring 2024 and you will be able to fly to each of these cities on Ryanair planes twice a week.
The first connection to Copenhagen will take place on April 2. Cruises will be operated on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Flights on the Poznań-Prague route will start operating on April 1 and will be available on Mondays and Thursdays. In turn, you will be able to travel from the Greater Poland airport to the Greek city of Thessaloniki from March 31. Customers will have a choice of flights on Sundays and Wednesdays. Ticket prices start from approximately PLN 150 and can be booked now.