Ryanair starts up five new routes

24th Jan 2007

Ryanair has started flights to Billund (Denmark), Rzeszow (Poland), Almeria, Seville and Vitoria. Ryanair will add 2 further aircraft and open 9 more routes from Dublin before May. Peter Sherrard, Ryanair’s Head of Communications said:

“Ryanair’s low fares revolution is delivering record tourism growth by
      reducing the cost of travel for Irish passengers and visitors.”

“9 million passengers will save €400M on our 73 routes to/from Dublin in the coming year.”
“Ryanair now serves 11 Spanish destinations and 7 Polish destinations
      from Dublin. Today’s new route to Billund is also the first low fare
      route between Ireland and Denmark.”


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