Ryanair urges Poland to invest in regional airports instead of transport hub

Ryanair urges Poland to invest in regional airports instead of transport hub

Poland’s new government is re-evaluating the plans for the construction of the Solidarity Transport Hub (CPK), a huge hub airport that was supposed to be operational in 2028, serving 40 million passengers per year. However, the project has faced criticism over its cost and scale and some experts have suggested that Poland should scrap the plans and instead spend some of that money on developing regional airports.

 Passengers board a Ryanair flight at the airport in Gdans

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Jason McGuinness, Ryanair’s chief commercial officer, said in an interview with Reuters that Poland should use a fraction of the CPK budget to help the local regional airports grow and flourish. He said that investment in regional airports would be positive for Ryanair as it seeks to double its business in the fast-growing Polish market and expand across eastern Europe over the next decade.

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Ryanair also said that it was looking at a mid to high teen percentage reduction in capacity at Warsaw’s Modlin airport for summer 2024 versus summer 2023, due to an inability to agree with Modlin management on expanding the airport followed by further unsatisfactory collaboration

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Source : yahoo finance

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