Ryanair Further Expands Route Network for Christmas With 24 Additional Flights
The carrier will add 24 additional flights from Dublin, London-Stansted, London-Gatwick, Porto and Bari. The added services will commence on December 16th and are in addition to increased frequencies from Paris-Beauvais, Manchester, Malaga and Budapest.
On Tuesday (December 1st, 2020), Ryanair announced that they will further expand their network with 24 additional flights just in time for Christmas. The additional flights will commence on December 16, 2020 from Dublin, London-Stansted, London-Gatwick, Porto and Bari and join recently increased frequencies from Paris-Beauvais, Manchester, Malaga and Budapest. The carrier has launched a ‘Very Merry Seat Sale’ with fares from £19.99 for travel between December 16th and January 3, 2021. In Tuesday’s announcement, Ryanair’s Director of Commercial, Jason McGuinness, said,
“We are delighted to announce a further 24 flights this December and January as a result of increased demand this Christmas – just in time to fly everyone home to unite with loved ones. To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from just £19.99 for travel between 16th Dec – 3rd Jan which are available for booking until midnight on Thursday, 3rd December. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Ryanair Holdings, plc is Europe’s largest airline conglomerate and the parent company of Buzz, Lauda, Malta Air, and Ryanair DAC. The airline usually carries over 154 million passengers annually with over 2,500 daily departures. Ryanair typically serves over 200 destinations in 40 countries with a fleet of 460 Boeing 737 Family aircraft and 20 Airbus A320s. Currently, the low-cost carrier has an additional 321 Boeing 737s on order and the Ryanair Group expects annual traffic to reach 200 million customers by FY 2024. Ryanair has maintained a stellar safety record for over 34 years and prides itself on being “Europe’s greenest cleanest airline group,” promising customers a reduction in CO2 emissions of up to 50%, versus the “Big 4 EU major airlines.”