Ryanair has announced a 7th new route from its Cork base to Carcassonne which will operate three times weekly from the end of May until the first week in September. These are in addition to the inaugural Ryanair flights from Cork to East Midlands and Glasgow.
Announcing this summer route, Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Peter Sherrard said;
“We are delighted to announce a 7th route from our Cork base to Carcassonne. Our new routes to East Midlands and Glasgow Prestwick open today, making it cheaper and easier than ever before for passengers to travel between Cork and Britain. In the coming year, Ryanair carry over 1 million passengers on its seven routes from Cork, supporting 1,000 local jobs and generating a visitor spend of EUR150m.
“To celebrate Ryanair’s new Carcassonne route which goes on sale today on www.ryanair.com , we are offering 50,000 EUR10 seats on our routes from Cork to Dublin, East Midlands, Glasgow, Liverpool and London. We advise passengers to book today as bargains like this will be snapped up in record time”.
Kevin Cullinane, Marketing Manager, Cork Airport said:
“Cork Airport welcomes this latest addition to our ever expanding route network and Ryanair’s confidence in our ability to deliver sustained profitable routes. This early Christmas present builds on our desire to offer increased connectivity to and from Cork Airport in the year ahead. I am confident the people of Munster will show their appreciation of this expansion by supporting the new route in large numbers.”