New route announced

Wednesday 05 April, 16:36 Europe/London

Glasgow Prestwick Airport announces new route

Ryanair has brought back the popular Rzeszow, Poland route – bringing our total winter destinations to 10.

Ron Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Glasgow Prestwick Airport, said:

“We’re delighted to be bringing back direct connections from Glasgow Prestwick Airport to Poland for winter 2017/18. We have a significant amount of experience in serving the passengers who would use this route to visit friends and family, for business travel or who are looking for a city break with a difference.

“Glasgow Prestwick Airport to Rzeszow will be the only route available in Scotland over the winter months to South East Poland. Our excellent transport connections including direct motorway access, low cost car parking and half price rail travel from any location in Scotland straight to the terminal building make our airport – and this route – an affordable, convenient and enjoyable way to experience Eastern Europe.”

The twice weekly route will commence in October 2017 and will be a great city break addition to the winter schedule.

Robin Kiely, a spokesperson for Ryanair, said:

“We are pleased to add a new Rzeszow route to our Glasgow Prestwick winter 2017 schedule, which will operate twice weekly from October. Our Glasgow Prestwick winter 2017 schedule also includes popular winter sun routes to Alicante, Lanzarote and Tenerife, with 10 routes in total, which will deliver over 675,000 customers p.a. at Glasgow Prestwick Airport.

“Fares on our new Rzeszow route are on sale now from just £29.99 for travel in October and November, which are available on the Ryanair.com website until Thursday (6 Apr). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and book a low fare break from Glasgow Prestwick.”

The 10 destinations available to fly to from Prestwick with Ryanair are Alicante, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Barcelona, Faro, Malta, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Malaga, and now Rzeszow.