President of Ryanair Michael O'Leary confirmed that as of September 30 the airline would relocate operations from the Warsaw Chopin Airport to Warsaw Modlin Airport, reported Polish News Bulletin.
Right after relocation, the firm's airplanes will be flying to 26 airports located in various countries.
O'Leary also announced that in March 2014 Ryanair would launch flights linking Warsaw with Gdansk and Wroclaw.
Furthermore, in April the low-cost airline will expand its Modlin offer with another two foreign destinations, Thessaloniki and Alicante, with flights to each of them held twice a week.
In general, Ryanair will offer 30 destinations from Modlin next year and O'Leary believes that in 2014 the company will carry 1.5 million passengers to and from this airport.