Ryanair Increases Frequencies on 12 Routes from Dublin

Irish budget carrier, Ryanair is to increase frequencies on 12 routes from Dublin for the Winter 2015/16 season from October.

Irish budget carrier, Ryanair is to increase frequencies on 12 routes from Dublin for the Winter 2015/16 season from October.

The carrier will operate a six times weekly service to Alicante, a daily service to Faro and Malaga, Barcelona will increase will increase from two to three times daily, Berlin Schonefeld will operate nine times weekly, Madrid increases from twelve times weekly to eighteen times weekly, five flights per week to Tenerife South and eight times weekly between Dublin and Warsaw Modlin.

UK business customers will also benefit from increased frequency on the airline’s Birmingham to Dublin service from four to six times daily.

There will also be a service increase on the airline’s Liverpool – Dublin route from 3 to 4 times daily, as well as an increase on its Manchester to Dublin service from five to six times daily.

The airline will also operate two new services to Copenhagen and Lublin next winter as well as extending its Venice Treviso service to a year-round service, from Dublin.

Ryanair will also extend its flights on its Edinburgh to London service from four to five times daily, as part of its expanded winter 2015 schedule. The airline will also launch two new routes to Frankfurt Hahn and Santander from Edinburgh.

“Ryanair will continue to connect Edinburgh with Europe’s key centres of business, with more flights and improved schedules to and from major cities including Brussels, Dublin, and Rome, making Ryanair the ideal choice for business customers, and reaffirming Edinburgh as a gateway to Europe,” said Robin Kiely, Ryanair’s Head of Communications.

Irish customers will be able to choose from a total of 63 routes from Dublin next winter, with 580 weekly return flights – up 5 percent on the previous year. The new routes and increased frequencies from Dublin will bring a total of 1.2 million new customers, and over 9.7 million overall, creating 9,700 onsite jobs per year.

“UK customers and visitors already choose Ryanair for our low fares, industry leading customer service and great route choice. Now they can also book their winter flights even earlier on our improved website and mobile app, carry a free small second carry-on bag, enjoy allocated seats, avail of our Family Extra and Business Plus services, and use their personal electronic devices at all stages of their flight,” he added.