Flights to London less popular: report
PR dla Zagranicy
Sales of air tickets from Poland to London were down by 16 percent month on month in February, according to Tanie-Loty.pl, a flight comparison company.
Tanie-Loty.pl also reported that Italian destinations such as Milan and Rome are becoming more popular.
The company said in a report: “London, although traditionally the most popular destination in our rankings, has seen a fall in ticket sales which began at the start of the year. The sale of tickets to London has fallen by 16 percent in comparison with January 2017.”
According to Tanie-Loty.pl, the most popular destinations outside of Poland in February, apart from London, Milan and Rome, were Paris, Barcelona, Lisbon, Eindhoven and Dortmund.
There has been a substantial Polish minority in the UK since Poland joined the EU in 2004.
Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in June 2016.
The Polish Development Ministry has said it believes that up to 200,000 Poles could return from the UK following Brexit. (sl/pk)