Ryanair, the UK’s No.1 airline, has announced that it has added London-Stansted to its biggest ever winter schedule to/from Cornwall. This exciting new winter route will operate twice weekly from Sun, 17th Dec, building on the airlines current winter 23/24 route offering of Alicante, Dublin, Faro, and Malaga.
Ryanair’s Cornwall Winter 23/24 schedule delivers:
5 routes, incl. 4 new to Dublin, Faro, Malaga & London-Stansted
Supporting over 120 local jobs
Cornwall traffic to grow to over 200K passengers p.a.
Ryanair is the UK’s No.1 airline operating over 440 routes and carrying over 52m passengers p.a. to/from the UK on its fleet of 107 UK-based aircraft ($10.7bn investment), driving year-round connectivity and inbound tourism which supports over 37,000 UK jobs.
With the addition of Ryanair’s new London-Stansted – Cornwall route for winter 23/24, Ryanair continues to drive Cornwall’s economic recovery through its delivery of year-round tourism, regional investment, and support of over 120 local jobs.
Cornish residents can now book to travel on Ryanair’s new route to/from the UK capital at Ryanair.com, and experience all that London has to offer whether travelling for business, to visit friends/family, or to do a spot of Christmas shopping before the big day.
Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Jade Kirwan, said:
“Ryanair is pleased to build on our biggest ever winter schedule for Cornwall with the addition of our new London-Stansted route for winter 23/24, providing even more choice and value to our customers in the south-west as we continue to drive Cornwall’s economic recovery through our delivery year-round tourism, regional investment, and support of over 120 local jobs.
We first introduced our Cornwall – London-Stansted route for summer 24, and having seen such strong demand, we decided to bring it back for the winter season too. The winter route will operate twice weekly from Sun, 17th Dec ensuring that our customers in the south-west can continue to access the UK’s capital conveniently and on Ryanair’s infamously low fares, whether travelling for business, to see family and friends or for a spot of Christmas shopping ahead of the big day.”