The new machine arrived in Europe directly from the factory. According to the Fly4free portal, it is a Boeing 737-8200. It differs from the base model 737 Max mainly in the interior and can accommodate 8 more passengers on board (a total of 197 people).
Fly4free reported that the Polish company Buzz, owned by Ryanair, is waiting for 7 more such machines, which will be delivered to Poland by the end of October. The first planes will be based in Krakow, and the rest will go to other countries in our region. Buzz also serves clients from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bulgaria. Before winter, this airline will already have 54 machines – writes the portal.
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– Tickets will remain cheap with us, despite the fact that we survived the crisis with our own savings and no country helped us – this is confirmed in an interview with money.pl, Michal Katzmarczyk, Ryanair Director in Poland, Head of Buzz Line. He does not hide that savings were possible thanks to layoffs and salary cuts.
In August, Ryanair moved 75 percent. Passenger numbers before the pandemic. Thus, the Irish low-cost airline handled as many as 11.1 million people.
Let’s remember that not so long ago, Ryanair representatives promised that the epidemic would not affect the cost of flights. – Tickets will remain cheap with us, despite the fact that we survived the crisis with our own savings and no country helped us – it was emphasized in an interview with money.pl, Michał Kaczmarzyk, Ryanair Director in Poland
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