Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Ryanair increases flights from Shannon Airport to Malaga & Palma ©


                                                     
Ryanair has announced its increasing flights from Shannon Airport to Malaga and Palma during the summer peak months, a further indication of the return to growth at the airport.

The Ryanair additions will see the airline increase its Palma service from two to three flights weekly from May to October, when it will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Ryanair will also increase flights to Malaga during the month of July to three times weekly, with the extra flight on Thursdays operated by a Malaga based aircraft . The airline will continue to operate twice weekly to Malaga during the peak travel season with services on Tuesdays and Sundays.

Shannon Airport Director Mary Considine said "This is a welcome boost for the many thousands of people from the West of Ireland that travel for annual sun holidays.  The increase in frequencies on both routes means that holidaymakers now have greater flexibility in planning their holidays from their local airport.
With these additional Ryanair services, the new Faro route, the doubling of Bodrum flights and new services into Glasgow, Chicago ,and Philadelphia, we are looking at appreciable growth on our summer services this year, which is very much welcome for the airport and particularly our passengers..".

Ryanair has a single Boeing 737-800 operating a total of 9 routes: Lanzarote, Liverpool,London Gatwick , London Stansted, Malaga, Nates, Palma, Tenerife South, Wroclaw.

Irish Aviation Research Institute © 12th February 2013 All Rights Reserved.

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