Ryanair has announced a new twice-weekly service from Cork to Katowice, Poland, as part of the airline's winter 2019 schedule.
The announcement arrives alongside news that Cork Airport recorded a 10% increase in passenger numbers in February of 2019 compared to the same month last year.
"Proud To Report"
Cork Airport managing director Niall MacCarthy commented, "Cork Airport is proud to report passenger numbers of 151,000 for last month, an increase of 14,000 when compared to February 2018. We are seeing a keen interest from passengers in continental European destinations, including Aer Lingus’s new year-round service to Lisbon and the daily Air France service to Paris, which has strong onward connections."
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