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Ryanair starts 41 new routes during first two days of S19 season

Ryanair Liverpool

Ryanair launched a new service between Liverpool and Copenhagen on 1 April. Pictured at the launch along with some of the airline’s crew were: Eimear Ryan, Sales Marketing Executive UK & Ireland, Ryanair; Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development and Marketing, Liverpool Airport; and Kate Sherry, Director of Route Development, Ryanair. Flights between Liverpool and the Danish capital will operate twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays).

East Midlands Shannon

East Midlands welcomed Ryanair’s new service to Shannon on 1 April, with the UK airport celebrating the connection with an Irish-themed cake. Flights on the route will operate twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays).

Ryanair Shannon

A gate celebration was held for Ryanair’s new service to East Midlands from Shannon on 1 April. The carrier will operate the 510-kilometre connection twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) using its 737-800s.

Ryanair Bordeaux

Ryanair launched flights between Krakow and Bordeaux on 1 April, with the French airport holding a big celebration for its new Polish service. Fights on the 1,640-kilometre sector will operate on Mondays and Fridays.

Ryanair Stockholm

Ryanair started a capital connection between Sweden and the Czech Republic on 1 April, with it commencing a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) link between Stockholm Skavsta and Prague. To commemorate the new service, the Swedish airport baked a cake for the inaugural passengers to enjoy before flying.

Ryanair Malta

Ryanair launched flights between Malta and Perugia on 1 April. Cutting the ribbon at the launch are Stefania Proietti, Mayor of Assisi, and Giuseppe Chianella, Regional Councillor for Infrastructures and Transport, Province of Perugia. The carrier will operate the 821-kilometre route twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays).

  • Ryanair kick-started the S19 season by launching 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April. Of the new additions to the carrier’s robust network, 13 are sectors which are already flown by at least one other carrier, with the biggest competing airline being easyJet which is present on four services. The new routes also result in an extra airport joining the airline’s network, with Ryanair now offering flights to Tetouan (TTU) in Morocco from Malaga (AGP). The average sector length of the 41 sectors launched over the two days is 1,210 kilometres.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
31-Mar Berlin Tegel (TXL) Faro (FAO) B738 (4) easyJet (3)
Luxembourg (LUX) Luxair (12)
Paphos (PFO) B738 (2) easyJet (3)
Ibiza (IBZ) B738 (4)  
Malaga (AGP) B738 (5)  
Naples (NAP) B738 (6) easyJet (7), Eurowings (5)
01-Apr Malta (MLA) Luxembourg (LUX) B738 (2) Luxair (1)
Maastricht (MST)  
Perugia (PEG)  
Thessaloniki (SKG)  
Bari (BRI) Prague (PRG) Wizz Air (2)
Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Lappeenranta (LPP)  
Berlin Tegel (TXL) Krakow (KRK) B738 (7)  
Lamezia Terme (SUF) B738 (2)  
Bordeaux (BOD) Lisbon (LIS) B738 (5) easyJet (9), TAP Air Portugal (6)
Brussels (BRU) Girona (GRO) B738 (3)  
Dublin (DUB) Tarbes Lourdes (LDE) B738 (2)  
Edinburgh (EDI) Luxembourg (LUX) B738 (3)  
Gdansk (GDN) Reus (REU) B738 (2)  
Krakow (KRK) Bordeaux (BOD)  
Catania (CTA)  
Liverpool (LPL) Copenhagen (CPH)  
Malaga (APG) Tetouan (TTU)  
Manchester (BLL) Billund (BLL) B738 (4) SUN-AIR (11)
Kiev Boryspil (KBP) B738 (2)  
Marseille (MRS) Prague (PRG) Volotea (2)
Milan Bergamo (BGY) Sofia (SOF) B738 (7) Wizz Air (7)
Zadar (ZAD) B738 (2)  
Milan Malpensa (MXP) Madrid (MAD) B738 (7) Air Europa (21), easyJet (11), Iberia (7)
Naples (NAP) Nuremberg (NUE) B738 (2)  
Pisa (PSA) Brussels (BRU) B738 (3)  
Porto (OPO) Brive (BE) B738 (2)  
Poznan (POZ) Zadar (ZAD)  
Prague (PRG) Copenhagen (CPH) B738 (7) Czech Airlines (12), Norwegian (9), SAS (4)
Pescara (PSR) B738 (2)  
Stockholm Skavsta (NYO) B738 (3)  
Venice Treviso (TSF) B738 (4)  
Shannon (SNN) East Midlands (EMA) B738 (2)  
Tel Aviv (TLV) Thessaloniki (SKG)  
Zadar (ZAD) Eindhoven (EIN)  
Hamburg (HAM) Aegean Airlines (4), Israir Airlines (2)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 2 April. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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