With the group draws recently completed for Euro 2012, Irish soccer fans will be able to take advantage of direct flights from Cork to Gdansk and Poznan in Poland where their Group C matches will take place next June.
Giovanni Trapattoni’s Ireland side will kick start their campaign against Croatia in Poznan on 10th June next. The Republic of Ireland team faces a tough task to progress to the knockout stages of the competition, having been drawn against world and European Champions Spain, Italy and Croatia.
The team will move to Gdansk for the clash against tournament favourites Spain on 14th June, before travelling back to Poznan for the side’s final group game against Italy on 18th June. With such high profile and hotly anticipated games in the knock out stages of the competition, Irish fans throughout the country will be keen to pin down their travel plans in time for the start of the Euro 2012 campaign.
With headquarters in Budapest, Hungary, Wizz Air launched in June 2003 and today has 15 operating bases in Central and Eastern Europe, with flights on more than 220 routes across Europe. The airline operates a young fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft with seating for 180 passengers.
Wizz Air flies direct from Cork to Gdansk, Katowice, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw in Poland.