Ryan Air Launches New Routes From Manchester Airport
Announcing their 2021 summer and winter recovery schedule on Wednesday, Ryan Air included ten new 2021 routes from Manchester airport.
The Irish carrier is aiming at recovering their UK air traffic. The new routes from the city include Santorini, Verona, Zagreb, and Bucharest.
Jason McGuinness, the company’s director of the commercial said that the firm will deliver recovery and growth. Connectivity to Manchester will increase the airline’s UK flight traffic and Europe.
He said: “Following the successful vaccination programs, UK air traffic led by Ryan air, is set to recover strongly in summer 2021 and we are pleased to announce our recovery schedule for Manchester, which will deliver 5.1m passengers per year across 67 routes including new summer and winter routes to exciting destinations like Santorini, Paphos, Zagreb, and Verona”.
Visitors can now book their summer getaways. In case of a change to your travel plans, you are free to move your dates with a zero-change fee up to the end of December 2021.
The new summer journeys from Manchester will see three flights to Bucharest in Romania, two weekly flights to Santorini in Greece, Knock in Ireland, and Verona in Italy.
The winter schedule will see two weekly flights to Kaunas, Paphos in Cyprus, Zagreb in Croatia, Suceava in Romania, Poznan in Poland, and one weekly flight to Salzburg in Austria. The company also announced ten new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Its summer schedule will see four weekly flights to Rome, two to Kosice in Slovakia, Zadar in Croatia, and Kaunas in Lithuania plus a weekly flight to Kos, a notable Greek island.
The new winter journeys from JLA include two weekly flights to Stockholm Arlanda in Sweden, Tallin in Estonia, Milan Bergamo in Italy, Paris Beauvais, and Sibiu in Romania.