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23:35 ANTALYA 3Z 7206
ANTALYA
3Z 7206 / TRAVEL SE..
GATE CLOSED
2-3 / 8
2-3
05:50 WARSAW LO 3850
WARSAW
LO 3850 / LOT
ON TIME
10-11 / 2
10-11
06:10 LONDON LUTON W6 1801
LONDON LUTON
W6 1801 / WIZZAIR
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2-3 / 8
2-3
06:15 COPENHAGEN SK 766
COPENHAGEN
SK 766 / SAS
ON TIME
8-9 / 5
8-9
06:25 MUNICH LH 1635
MUNICH
LH 1635 / LUFTHANSA
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13-17 / 2
13-17
06:35 FRANKFURT LH 1375
FRANKFURT
LH 1375 / LUFTHANSA
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13-17 / 3
13-17
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23:40 WARSAW LO 3849
WARSAW
LO 3849 / LOT
LANDED
23:40 OSLO TORP W6 1880
OSLO TORP
W6 1880 / WIZZAIR
LANDED
23:50 LONDON STANSTED FR 8407
LONDON STANSTED
FR 8407 / RYANAIR
LANDED
23:50 ALICANTE FR 9881
ALICANTE
FR 9881 / RYANAIR
LANDED
00:05 COPENHAGEN SK 765
COPENHAGEN
SK 765 / SAS
EXPECTED 00:38
02:10 HERAKLION ENT 5340
HERAKLION
ENT 5340 / ENTER AIR
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15% increase in June

In June 2015 the airport handled almost 240 000  passengers and it resulted in 15% increase in total traffic comparing to the year-ago month. The airport recorded a 27,9% increase in the number of handled passengers in domestic traffic, 21,5% increase in the number of passengers travelling with international network carriers and 13,2% increase in low-cost traffic. Moreover, charter traffic performance in June was 7% higher than in the previous year.

Almost 15% increase in May

In May 2015 the airport handled 200 442  passengers and it resulted in 17,7% increase in total traffic comparing to the year-ago month. Charter traffic performance in May was 37,4% higher than in the previous year. Moreover, the airport recorded a 20,3% increase in the number of handled passengers in domestic traffic, 13,5% increase in low-cost traffic and 5,9% increase in the number of passengers travelling with international network carriers.

Ryanair’s aircraft maintenance facility at Wroclaw

Ryanair announced it would open its first Polish aircraft maintenance base at Wroclaw Airport. WAMS (Wroclaw Aircraft Maintenance Services) is a dedicated heavy maintenance provider for Ryanair, carrying out maintenance on Ryanair’s fleet of Boeing 737-800  aircraft. Maintenance will be carried out in a 2 bay modern purpose built hangar facility. The investment is worth about €6m. Consequently up to 150 high-tech jobs will be created. WAMS will open in March 2016.

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