Ryanair connects two non-base airports; Eindhoven and Carcassonne

  • While the vast majority of routes operated by Ryanair are to and/or from one of its 50 bases spread far and wide across Europe, occasionally it elects to connect two non-bases. Such is the case with the airline’s new service between Eindhoven (EIN) in the Netherlands and Carcassonne (CCF) in France. The French town is less than 100 kilometres from Toulouse, a major French city that Ryanair does not serve directly. Flights will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Eindhoven becomes Ryanair’s 11th route to/from Carcassonne which last year saw passenger numbers fall 6.3% to 368,021. Carcassonne’s busiest ever year was in 2007 when it handled 467,000 passengers.

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  1. Emma Hill says:

    Fantastic news, we really need more direct flights coming into Carcassonne. I think its a very attractive airport for airlines.

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