Ryanair adds Ostrava, Munster/Osnabruck to its network

  • Ryanair inaugurated three new routes last week. On 4 June the airline added two brand new destinations to its network. One of them is Ostrava (OSR), the third-largest city in the Czech Republic, which is now connected with London Stansted (STN) with thrice-weekly flights. The airline already operates from both London Stansted and Milan Bergamo to the second-largest Czech city, Brno; however, it avoids the capital Prague, last served by the airline in October 2010. Another new point on the airline’s destination map is Münster/Osnabrück (FMO) airport, located in Western Germany. Starting from 4 and 5 June respectively, the carrier operates thrice-weekly services to Malaga (AGP) and Girona (GRO). The latter is currently scheduled to operate until the end of October.


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