RYANAIR has announced its “biggest ever” summer flight schedule from Dublin Airport – with more routes BEFORE Covid-19 hits.
The record-breaking plan includes 120 destinations with 900 weekly flights available during the summer months.
The airline has added 22 more routes compared to the summer of 2019.
Flights will be to sunny European destinations in countries including Spain, Italy, Greece, Croatia and Portugal.
“This expansion will see Ryanair operate more than 900 weekly flights to more than 120 destinations, providing a much-needed boost to domestic travel while giving Irish consumers the choice Choose from the widest selection of great destinations this summer.
“After two years of ineffectively stopping and initiating travel restrictions, daa has finally been given the tools to encourage travel with the Transportation Recovery Support Plan (TRSS) that has been approved by the Task Force. Aviation proposed to the Government in their report in July 2020.
“This program gives Ryanair the confidence to invest in our largest-ever summer schedule and largest number of aircraft stationed at Dublin Airport.
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“The TRSS daa plan will ensure airport fees are competitively priced compared to other EU countries this summer and Ryanair has responded by launching its largest-ever investment in the aircraft, resulting in connections and jobs at Dublin Airport.”
Dublin Airport Authority chief executive Dalton Philips said the airport was getting ready for a “busy summer”.
He added: “Government funding announced in Budget 2022 has enabled daa to provide additional attractive incentives for our airline partners to rebuild international connectivity from Dublin Airport and the investment This Ryanair for the busy summer is proof of that.”
Ryanair has launched a seat sale with prices starting at €29.99 to celebrate the new schedule.
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