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Ryanair have announced that they will be operating flights from Liverpool to Poland’s newest airport Warsaw Modlin, starting in October 2012.

Warsaw Modlin Airport opens this Summer and Ryanair will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 28th October 2012 onwards, with flights departing at 17:25.

This takes the number of Ryanair destinations served from Liverpool to 36.

Robin Tudor, Head of PR for Peel Airports commented, "Warsaw is an important European capital city popular for both leisure and business markets and we expect this three times weekly service to be popular with passengers across the region. This further demonstrates Ryanair’s commitment to flights from Liverpool and we will continue to work closely with Ryanair to look at other future opportunities."

For more information, and to book, visit ryanair.com

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