Ryanair, Europe’s fastest-growing airline, on Thursday said it will launch flights four times a week between Budapest and Nottingham, Britain, from the end of October.
Tomas Kulakowski, the budget carrier’s business and marketing director for Central Europe, said Ryanair was expecting 60,000 passengers to fly the route in its first year.
Although Kulakowski did not disclose whether the airline planned to launch additional flights from Hungary, he said “this is not the last route” that Ryanair hoped to operate from Budapest airport. He said within a month new routes could be established.
source: International Herald Tribune