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Did you know Ryanair announced 39 new routes in September

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                                                  Ryanair Boeing 737-800  In a new feature will review Ryanair's new route announcements on a calendar month basis. As can been below over 95% of Ryanair's new routes announced are from primary airports, We wish to state this data is sourced from open media sources, press releases and Ryanair's booking engine. All routes operated Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Athens-Brussels Charleroi year-round service Athens-Rome Ciampino from 26th October Athens-Warsaw Modlin from 29th March 2015 Barcelona-Cologne from 29th March 2015 Brussels Charleroi-Bucharest (Otopeni) from 30th October Brussels Charleroi-Prague from 26th October Brussels Charleroi-Riga from 26th October Cologne/Bonn-Alicante from 29th March 2015 Cologne/Bonn-Barcelona El Prat from 29th March 2015 Cologne/Bonn-Riga from 28th October Cologne/Bonn-Rome Ciampino from 28th October Gdansk-Alicante from 29th March 2015 Lisbon-Bremen from 28th October Lisb

Icelandic Carrier WOW air announces new Dublin-Reykjavik route

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                                                  Image courtsey of Paul Doyle  Icelandic carrier WOW air is to launch a new year-round Dublin-Reykjavik service from next summer. WOW air will fly three times per week between Dublin and Reykjavik from next June, and will operate the first scheduled service between the two cities. WOW, which started flying in May 2012, is a low-cost carrier that currently operates 16 routes from its home base at Keflavik Airport in Iceland. Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison said he was delighted to welcome WOW air to Ireland and to add Reykjavik to Dublin Airport’s growing list of direct destinations. “We’re sure there will be strong demand for this new route, as Iceland has been growing in popularity as a leisure destination in recent years and Dublin has a long track record as a popular charter destination for Icelandic visitors,” Mr Harrison added. WOW Chief Executive and founder SkĂșli Mogensen said: “We are very excited to