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Extended route network in the winter flight schedule: Ryanair announces new route from Bremen to Madrid

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Bremen/Dublin 11th April 2014

Ryanair, Europe’s most popular low-cost airline is extending its route network with a new connection from Bremen Airport. As of 28th October 2014, there will be a flight three times a week to the capital city of Spain, Madrid. The Ryanair planes will take off every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday heading for the Spanish mainland. This is the first new city destination in the Irish carrier’s winter flight schedule.

Along with Barcelona, Girona, Alicante, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Malaga and Palma, all of which are served in the current summer flight schedule, Madrid will be the eighth Spanish destination from City Airport Bremen.

Svenja Damzog, Ryanair Sales & Marketing Executive, is delighted about the positive development:

“Madrid is a further exciting destination from Bremen Airport to add to our portfolio. The Spanish capital city is a popular destination and I’m delighted that we can offer a direct flight from Bremen from the end of October 2014.

To duly celebrate the announcement of this new destination, flights to Madrid are currently on offer at an introductory price from 28.99 Euro one-way. For travel between 28th October and 10th December 2014 flights are available for booking until midnight on Thursday 17th April 2014 at www.ryanair.de. As these cheap offers are quickly sold out, we advise all those of you who are interested to make sure you get your ticket as soon as possible on the Ryanair homepage.”

Jürgen Bula, CEO Airport Bremen: “Madrid is coming true. Now a match between Werder Bremen and Madrid must become real too.”

You can find information on routes from the 12 German Ryanair airports as well as on all other Ryanair routes online at www.ryanair.de.

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