Low fares airline adds new flights
[30th May 2008]
Low cost airline Ryanair is launching five new flights from the UK this winter, from Glasgow and Bournemouth airports.
Glasgow airport gets new flights to three of the major holiday hotspots in Europe. Flights to Malaga, Faro and Tenerife from Glasgow start on 27th October.
The other new flights from the UK are from the rapidly expanding Bournemouth airport. The new flights to Milan and Paris are likely to appeal to people seeking a city break as well as to business travellers.
Ryanair is also launching new flights in Europe. From Bremen airport there will be new flights to Fuerteventura, Gothenburg, Marrakesh and Tenerife.
Marseille airport in France gets new flights to the French cities of Brest and Lille, as well as to Agadir, Nador and Tangier in Morocco.
This latest expansion brings Ryanairs network to over 660 routes for winter 08, and includes services to four new airports Lille, Agadir, Nador and Tangier.
Over 60 million passengers will save over £6bn by choosing Ryanairs guaranteed lowest fares over our high fare competitors this year. This latest 14 route expansion will deliver low fares to Agadir, Lille, Nador and Tangier for the first time. Our five new UK routes will meanwhile provide passengers with lower fares and better punctuality compared to the high fares levied by British Airways and Easyjet, claims Ryanair spokesperson, Bridget Dowling.
To celebrate these new routes, we are giving away 500,000 £10 one-way seats for travel in June and July and we recommend passengers to book these £10 seats immediately as demand for these guaranteed lowest fares will ensure that theyre snapped up quickly, adds Dowling.
Written by: Nick Purdom
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