Ryanair (FR) will open a base at Wroclaw Airport (WRO) in March 2012, initially with one Boeing 737-800 and six new routes, bringing its network from the airport to 21 destinations. New routes from WRO include Bournemouth, Chania (Crete), Malta, Malmo, Paris Beauvais and Venice Treviso. The LCC expects the base will deliver up to 800,000 passengers annually and sustain 800 jobs in the Wroclaw region. WRO with be FR’s first base in Poland and its 46th base in Europe.

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