Warsaw is a great place for air travelling. It may not be as developed as Tokyo or New York, but its airport is very clear and is a great starting point of a journey, perhaps a journey of your life?
The Warsaw Chopin Airport is the main airport in Warsaw and is located very near to the city centre (in Okięcie). It used to be the only airport in Warsaw. Nowadays, it is accompanied by an airport in Modlin (called the Warsaw Modlin Airport). Cheap airlines attract with their offers and add some interesting destinations from time to time.
So what is the situation when it comes to Wizzair and Ryanair connections to and from Warsaw?
Wizzair flight range is really wide. You can fly in every direction. Northwards to Stockholm, Oslo, Goteborg and Malmo. The most popular Western destinations are: Glasgow, London, Liverpool, Eindhoven, Brussels, Paris, Milan, whereas, the South ones are: Barcelona, Rome, Budapest, Heraklion, Burgas, Kutaisi and Tel Aviv. East is represented for example by Kharkov or Kofu. Prices start even from 3 zlotys! You should hunt for bargains and regularly visit: http://wizzair.com. Remember, this carrier takes off and lands only in Okęcie.
Ryanair provides flights only in Warsaw Modlin. Prices are very competitive due to rivalry between these two airlines. The Irish carrier offers the biggest number of flights to the UK (Bristol, East Midlands, Glasgow, Prestwick, Liverpool, London Standsted and Manchester) and Italy (Bari, Bologna, Milan, Bergamo, Pisa, Roma Campino, Sicily and Trapani). Other destinations are: Brussels-Charleroi, Marseille, Paris-Beauvais, Chania, Thessaloniki, Alicante, Barcelona-El Prat, Palma, Eindhoven, Cork, Dublin, Dusseldorf-Weeze, Frankfurt Hahn, Oslo Rygge, Stockholm Skavsta and Budapest. Find out more: www.ryanair.com/pl