Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries

Luis Sala Montero, Airport Director of Girona (left) and Ryanair flight crew welcomed passengers of the inaugural flight to Rabat in Morocco, which will operate thrice-weekly, with a commemorative cake.

Cork Airport management (centre three of second picture), Kevin Cullinane, Marketing Manager (left); Aoife Buckley, Aviation Business Development (centre); Niall MacCarthy, Airport Director (right); along with staff from ground handling agent Servisair, show-off the celebratory cake for new Ryanair route from Cork to East Midlands.

  • Ryanair continued to announce an expansion of routes this week with the launch of 10 new services. With the longest sector being the 2,892-kilometre service between Pisa (PSA) and Gran Canaria (LPA) and the shortest being the 500-kilometre sector between East Midlands (EMA) and Cork (ORK), the ULCC faces no competition on any of the new operations. Interestingly, the East Midlands-Cork link and the Girona-Poznan connection have previously been served by the airline, proving that routes dropped by Ryanair always have a chance of being reinstated.
Launch date Origin Destination WF Aircraft Competition
06-Nov-13 Madrid (MAD) Rabat (RBA) 4 B738
East Midlands (EMA) Cork (ORK) 4 B738
Edinburgh (EDI) Oslo Rygge (RYG) 4 B738
Rome Ciampino (CIA) Malaga (AGP) 2 B738
Cagliari (CAG) London Gatwick (LGW) 3 B738
Pisa (PSA) Gran Canaria (LPA) 1 B738
07-Nov-13 Girona (GRO) Rabat (RBA) 3 B738
Poznan (POZ) 2 B738
09-Nov-13 Paris Beauvais (BVA) Trieste (TRS) 2 B738
11-Nov-13 Lanzarote (ACE) 1 B738


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