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Ryanair Launches Liverpool, Manchester and Scotland 2021 Recovery Schedules

Ryanair has announced their new COVID-19 recovery schedules from Liverpool, Manchester and Scotland. The carrier will offer 32 destinations from Liverpool, 67 from Manchester and 78 from Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh in Scotland.

Ryanair Launches 2021 Recovery Schedules From Liverpool, Manchester and Scotland - Courtesy Ryanair

On Wednesday (July 21, 2021), Ryanair announced their COVID-19 2021 recovery schedules from both Liverpool and Manchester. From Liverpool, the carrier will operate 110 flights to 32 destinations, including five new summer and five new winter routes. New summer routes from Liverpool includes service to Rome, Košice, Kaunas, Zadar and Kos, while new winter 2021/22 destinations include Arlanda, Milan-Bergamo, Paris-Beauvais, Sibiu and Tallinn. To celebrate the launch of new 2021 recovery schedules from Liverpool, Manchester and Scotland, Ryanair of offering fares from only £19.99.

In Wednesday’s Liverpool schedule announcement, Ryanair’s Director of Commercial, Jason McGuinness, said,

“As Europe’s largest airline, we’re delighted to deliver recovery and growth to Liverpool despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. Following the successful vaccination programmes, UK air traffic led by Ryanair, is set to recover strongly in Summer 2021 and we are pleased to announce our recovery schedule for Liverpool, which will deliver 1.9m passengers p.a. across 32 routes including new summer and winter routes to exciting destinations Kos, Zadar, Milan and Rome.

“English families/visitors can now book a well-earned summer getaway safe in the knowledge that if their plans change, they can move their travel dates with a zero-change fee up until the end of December 2021. To celebrate the official launch of the Liverpool Summer Schedule, we are releasing seats for sale, with fares available from just £19.99 for travel until the end of October, which are available to book until midnight Friday, 23rd July. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto and avoid missing out.”

Separately on Wednesday (July 21, 2021), Ryanair announced the launch of their 2021 recovery schedule from Manchester which includes over 315 weekly flights to 67 destinations, including four new summer and six mew winter routes. New summer routes from Manchester include service to Santorini, Knock, Bucharest and Verona, while new winter 2021/22 routes include flights to Kaunas, Paphos, Poznan, Suceava, Zagreb and Salzburg.

Ryanair's 2021 Liverpool and Manchester Recovery Schedules - Courtesy Ryanair

In an earlier announcement on Tuesday (July 20, 2021), the carrier announced their 2021 recovery schedule for Scotland with 245 weekly flights to 78 destinations including three new summer and three new winter routes from Edinburgh. For summer, Ryanair will offer new routes between Edinburgh and Naples, Knock and Zadar, while new winter routes include flights to Turin, Knock and Tallinn.

Ryanair's 2021 Scotland Recovery Schedule - Courtesy Ryanair

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 over 400 Boeing 737 Family aircraft and 20 Airbus A320s. Currently, the low-cost carrier has an additional 210 Boeing 737-8200s on order. Ryanair has maintained a stellar safety record for over 35 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.”

Source: Ryanair


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