Ryanair expands Scotland service in S17

Ryanair earlier this week announced planned service expansion for Scotland market in Summer 2017 season, including Edinburgh, Glasgow International and Glasgow Prestwick. This includes 10 new routes, as well as a number of routes being converted to year-round service.

Edinburgh – Girona 2 weekly (reservation not available)
Edinburgh – Ibiza eff 26MAR17 2 weekly (Day 37)
Edinburgh – Milan Bergamo eff 27MAR17 5 weekly (Day x47)
Edinburgh – Porto eff 28MAR17 2 weekly (Day 26)
Edinburgh – Vigo eff 29MAR17 2 weekly (Day 36)
Glasgow International – Lisbon eff 26MAR17 2 weekly (Day 47)
Glasgow International – Palanga eff 26MAR17 2 weekly (Day 47)
Glasgow International – Valencia eff 27MAR17 2 weekly (Day 15)
Glasgow International – Zadar 2 weekly (reservation not available)
Glasgow Prestwick – Girona 2 weekly (reservation not available)

Following routes to be converted from winter-seasonal to year-round:
Edinburgh – Warsaw Modlin 3 weekly (Day 247)
Glasgow International – Alicante 3 weekly (Day 247)
Glasgow International – Brussels Charleroi 2 weekly (Day 26)
Glasgow International – Gran Canaria 1 weekly (Day 1)
Glasgow International – Lanzarote 2 weekly (Day 26)
Glasgow International – Malaga 4 weekly (Day x135)
Glasgow International – Sofia 2 weekly (Day 37)

Based on comparison with Summer 2016, expanded frequency includes:
Edinburgh – Palma Mallorca Increase from 6 to 8 weekly
Edinburgh – Rome Ciampino Increase from 4 to 5 weekly
Edinburgh – Tenerife South Increase from 3 to 5 weekly
Glasgow International – Berlin Schoenefeld Increase from 5 to 6 weekly
Glasgow Prestwick – Ibiza Increase from 2 to 4 weekly
Glasgow Prestwick – Palma Mallorca Increase from 5 to 6 weekly
Glasgow Prestwick – Tenerife South Increase from 5 to 6 weekly


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