Friday, 30 August 2013

Ryanair adds 10 new routes from Norway

                                                   
Ryanair Boeing 737-800s at Dublin Airport 
Ryanair announced 10 new routes from Norway to it's route network for Winter 2013/4 from it's bases in Oslo Rygge and Oslo Torp.

The carrier will launch seven new routes from Oslo Ryggee to Edinburgh, Frankfurt Hahn,Kaunas, Las Palmas, Rzezow and Tenerife South, and three new routes from Oslo Torp to Alicante, Malaga and Tenerife South.

These Canary Islands routes where previously announced on 30th April 2013 see blog post "Ryanair announces winter sun routes from Norway to Canary Islands".

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said "Ryanair is delighted to launch our winter program 2013 from Norway, with 68 routes, including 10 new winter routes to popular winter sun destinations such as Alicante, Gran Canaria, Malaga, Paphos and Tenerife."

At press conference in Oslo Michael O'Leary stated the carrier was keen to expand it's route network Norway in the next year to five years, adding Avinor needed to change mentality and method pointing out many airports where empty.

Ryanair currently operates from Haugesund, Oslo Rygge (Base) and Olso Torp in Norway to 63 destinations carrying 2.5 million passengers annually, and operates from Dublin to Oslo Rygge four times weekly.

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