Ryanair will open its 2nd Danish base at Copenhagen in March 2015 with up to 4 based aircraft and starting with three new routes to London, Milan and Warsaw, with an additional 10 more new routes to be announced in the New Year.
Ryanair will base its 1st Boeing 737-800 in Copenhagen from March and 3 more units later in 2015. Ryanair’s base at Copenhagen will deliver 4 based aircraft, 3 new routes to London, Milan & Warsaw (with 10 more to be announced in the New Year), 28 weekly flights (increasing to more than 100).
Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien said: “Ryanair is pleased to announce our new base in Copenhagen from March 2015, starting with 3 new exciting low fare routes to London, Milan and Warsaw, with 10 more routes to be announced early next year, which will deliver over 1m customers annually and support 1,000 “on-site” jobs, as Ryanair invests $400m in Copenhagen.
“Ryanair will base its 1st Boeing 737-800 at Copenhagen from March 2015 and 3 more later in the year. Our 3 new Copenhagen routes with daily frequencies are ideal for business passengers and families booking their low fare summer holiday getaways, with fares starting from just 149 DKK one-way. Ryanair customers can also enjoy allocated seating, a free second carry-on bag, reduced fees, a new website, a brand new app with mobile boarding passes, and our great new Family Extra and Business Plus services.
To celebrate our new Copenhagen base and 3 new routes, we are releasing 100,000 seats for sale across our European network, at prices from 149 DKKfor travel in November, December and January.” O’Brien added.