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Ryanair announces more ski routes

Low-cost carrier Ryanair has revealed that it will launch 13 new routes from its UK bases at Bristol, East Midlands, Liverpool and Glasgow.

The new services are set to commence between October and December and many will link UK holidaymakers with ski resorts.

From Bristol, the airline will begin a weekly service to Turin on December 22nd.

Passengers using East Midlands Airport will be able to fly to Belfast, Grenoble, Poznan, Salzburg and Tenerife in the future.

Furthermore, services from Liverpool's John Lennon Airport will increase and offer flights to Belfast, Budapest, Bydgoszcz, Fuerteventura, Grenoble, Lodz, Salzburg and Tenerife.

Finally, passengers planning on flying from Glasgow will be able to choose from Ryanair flights to Belfast, Budapest, Grenoble and Kaunas.

Ryanair's head of communications, Peter Sherrard, commented: "Today's new routes include the first Ryanair flights between the UK and the Canary Islands.

"From December, we will also re-open five ski routes from East Midlands, Liverpool and Glasgow to Grenoble and Salzburg in response to last year's huge passenger demand for low fares to the slopes."

Last week, Ryanair announced that it was cutting some UK services to allow it to expand into European markets.

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