Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport (WMI), the second international passenger airport in the Polish capital, opened Monday. The airport, formerly an unused military airfield, will be mainly used by low-cost carriers (LCCs). Ryanair, one of the first carriers to use the airport, is expecting to transport around 1.5 million passengers from WMI. The LCC is eyeing services to Barcelona, Bologna, Bristol, Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, Dusseldorf, East Midlands, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Glasgow, ...

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