Ryanair adds four new routes, all starting in the next month
Ryanair has revealed four new routes, with three – Eindhoven, Gdansk, Prague – from its growing Cyprus base in Paphos. Ryanair has 32 destinations from Paphos.
The reason for these is clear: Wizz Air recently announced these three from its new Larnaca base.
At 2,875 kilometres, Paphos – Eindhoven will be among Ryanair’s longest routes, occupying an aircraft for almost nine hours. Return base fares are currently available from €39.98 – or €31.18 with Wizz Air.
On Prague – Kosice, Ryanair will compete directly with a four-weekly, ATR-72-operated service.
|Routing||Start date||Weekly frequency||Direct competition* (weekly frequency)||Indirect competition*
|Paphos – Eindhoven||3 August||2||None||Transavia: Paphos – Amsterdam (4); TUI: Paphos – Amsterdam (1); Wizz Air: Larnaca – Eindhoven (3); 1 August|
|Paphos – Gdansk||2 August||2||None||Wizz Air: Larnaca – Gdansk (2); 2 August|
|Paphos – Prague||1 August||2||None||Smartwings: Larnaca (4); Wizz Air: Larnaca (2); 1 August|
|Prague -Kosice||3 August||2||Czech Airlines (4)||None|
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser and each airline’s website. *Based on the same week as Ryanair begins. Larnaca is included here as indirect competition to show Ryanair’s competition with Wizz Air. Amsterdam – Larnaca options excluded here.|
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