Ryanair has unveiled its schedule for summer 2008 and claimed that the network will be its biggest ever.

A total of 40 million seats will be made available in the airline's summer offering and Ryanair claims that they will all be covered by its 'lowest fare guarantee'.

Flights to France, Italy, Spain and Croatia will be among the new services launched by the carrier next summer.

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary confirmed that a total of 556 routes will be opened up in the 2008 travel season, 150 more than last year.

"From London, passengers will enjoy Ryanair's lowest fares on 113 routes, as we bring back summer favourites like Almeria, Brest, Genova, Pula and Rodez," he added.

In another announcement Ryanair confirmed that it will open its 20th European base in Bristol in three weeks, with flights commencing to Bergerac, Beziers and Pau in France.

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