Ryanair may build its service base in Poland

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 14-10-2005, 20:57

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Rynair, Irish low-cost carrier, is looking for a site to build its servicing centre. Rzeszow, south-eastern Poland, and Riga in Latvia are taken into consideration.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Rynair, Irish low-cost carrier, is looking for a site to build its servicing centre. Rzeszow, south-eastern Poland, and Riga in Latvia are taken into consideration.

The decision will be made till year-end, Tomasz Kulakowski responsible for Ryanair’s sailes and marketing in Central Europe said. The investment will amount to EUR 100m. The first stage should be finished till December 2006. 500 people will work in the centre.

In the second stage, in 2007, 700 more people will be employed, Tomasz Kulakowski added.

The Polish investment agency PAIIZ has joined negotiations.

An offer for Ryanair is being prepared. A long-term programme of state subsidies may be offered to the investor, Sebastian Mikosz, PAIIZ deputy CEO said.

Ryanair is going to have 35m passengers till April 2006.

It is more than Lufthansa, Tomasz Kulakowski said.

Rynair will launch new routes to Poland within some dozen days. It will fly from 8 airports to 13 cities. It considers another investment in Poland within three years.

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