Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair will step up its presence in Poland with the announcement of its first two domestic Polish routes—daily services from Warsaw Modlin to Gdansk and Wroclaw—beginning March 2014. Ryanair described the Polish market as underserved, but with considerable potential. Spokesman Robin Kiely said Ireland’s population of 4 million made some 26 million flights last year, roughly the same number as Poland’s 40 million inhabitants. ...

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