Ryanair is taking advantage of the lifting of restrictions in Europe and the Mediterranean basin by strengthening its capacity in France. The company underlines that it will offer its most important summer program on the Bordeaux and Marseille stops. At the same time, it is also expanding its routes to Beauvais near Paris.
From the New Aquitaine metropolis, Ryanair will offer 11 new routes, mainly to Spain and Italy. This means a program of 42 destinations during the summer season.
Among the new routes, some will certainly interest business travelers. There are flights linking Bordeaux to Barcelona, Birmingham, Madrid, Malta and Rome Fiumicino. On the leisure side, passengers will also have the choice of Alghero, Brindisi, Pisa and Trapani in Italy. In Spain, Ryanair will serve Santiago de Compostela and in Croatia Zadar. In total, Ryanair will be present with 120 weekly rotations.
Marseille is increasingly important for Ryanair in France
In Marseille, the carrier has positioned a fifth aircraft and is boosting its offer with 60 destinations during the summer. The network has been expanded by ten new destinations. For business travelers, Ryanair routes to Berlin, East Midlands, La Rochelle or Luxembourg will probably be attractive. On the leisure side, Ryanair will serve Lanzarote, Madeira, Santiago de Compostela, Shannon, Tenerife South and Venice. In total, the airline will offer 240 weekly flights, some of which will be on board the Boeing 737 8-200 “Gamechanger”, which offers 4% more seats and consumes 16% less fuel.
Beauvais also benefits
At Beauvais, the ultra-low cost carrier is not left out. The company has announced 13 new routes. This brings the total number of routes served from the low-cost airport to 61. New routes include Agadir, Edinburgh, Gdansk, Helsinki, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, Madeira, Malaga, Riga, Santander, Tallinn and Turin. A total of 240 frequencies per week.
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