Last week we revealed that Ryanair had opened a new base in Zadar, Croatia, but it appears the low-cost airline decided not to finish at that point. (Featured image by GerardvdSchaaf)
The low-cost airline has announced the opening of bases in Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, and the Polish city of Krakow this week.
The opening of three new bases brings Ryanair’s total to 54 across Europe, with more set to open later this month.
The new base at Eindhoven Airport is Ryanair’s second in the Netherlands, and will serve up to 1.7 million passengers every year.
The opening of a base at Krakow Airport also gives Ryanair two bases in Poland, with the new one operating 31 routes and serving 1.6 million passengers each year.
“Ryanair is delighted to open its newest bases at Eindhoven, Krakow and Zadar, our 52nd, 53rd and 54th bases, with three further bases set to open at Chania, Fez and Marrakech this month, bringing our total base network to 57,” said Ryanair’s Robin Kiely.
The new base at Zadar Airport is Ryanair’s first in Croatia, and will operate 17 routes and serve up to 300,000 passengers every year.
A further three Ryanair bases – two of which are in Marrakech – will open later this month, giving passengers with the airline even more travel choice.
To mark the opening of the three new bases this week, Ryanair has launched a sale on flights across its European network.
The sale runs until midnight tonight (Monday 6 April) and passengers can book the low fares, which start from £12, at ryanair.com.
“To celebrate the opening of our newest bases, we are launching a 100,000 seat sale with fares starting from £12 for travel across Europe in May, which are available for booking until midnight Monday,” added Mr Kiely.
“Since seats at these crazy low prices will be snapped up quickly, we urge passengers to book them immediately.”