Ryanair announced 28th August it's launching two new routes from it's Manchester Base to Gdansk (Poland) and Riga (Lativa) operating twice weekly effective 9th and 7th November. Manchester became it's 45th European base in October 2011 operating 26 summer routes and 18 routes this winter which will deliver 1.3 million passengers, operating from Terminal 3.
Ryanair spokesman Maria Macken said: "Ryanair is pleased to announce two new Manchester routes to Gdansk and Riga as we grow our winter Manchester schedule, sustaining over 1,300 'on-site' jobs.We are launching the service to Gdansk on the back of the success of our route to Warsaw, which has seen strong demand ".
Ryanair operates the Manchester-Dublin route three times daily.
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