Low-cost Irish airline Ryanair has announced that it is launching a number of new European routes in 2013. Featured image by Steve Walsh)
The airline will open a new route from Liverpool to Malta from March 31 2013, with flight prices starting from £37.
New routes will also operate from London Stansted to Kefalonia in Greece from April 1 2013, with prices starting from £47 as well as from Ireland West Airport Knock to Malaga in Spain from April 4 2013, starting from €55.
Another new route from East Midlands to Zadar, Croatia, will also begin on April 1 2013, with prices starting from £37.Cheap Flights to Zadar
Ryanair is celebrating the launch of the new routes by releasing 100,000 seats across its European network, at prices starting from £8 for travel on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday in January.
These “all in” low fares will be available on more than 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes but must be booked on ryanair.com before midnight on Thursday, December 20.
A total of 31 routes will be delivered from the new base, including four new routes to Dortmund, Gothenburg, Manchester and Kos, with a total of 224 weekly flights (up by 16 per cent).
The new base is also expected to deliver 1.6m passengers per year, an increase of 14 per cent.
“Ryanair is delighted to announce Krakow as our 53rd base (and our second in Poland )as part of our summer 2013 schedule,” said Ryanair’s Michael Cawley.
“Polish consumers/visitors can now beat the recession and escape Wizz’s high fares and fuel surcharging by switching to Ryanair’s lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee from Krakow to 31 exciting European destinations, including Paris, London and Milan, amongst others.”