Ryanair announces record Summer 2022 schedule from London airports

Ryanair, the Ireland-based low-cost airline, has announced its largest ever Summer schedule from its three London airports – Gatwick, Luton, and Stansted – with 14 new routes (181 total) to holiday destinations across Europe, including Naples, Madeira, and Stockholm.

As Covid travel restrictions have now been lifted, UK holidaymakers can now book the much needed Summer break benefiting to a wide choice of destinations, including the beaches of Spain, Portugal and Italy. The 14 new Summer 2022 routes from London airports include Burgas, Naples, Catania, Orebro, Helsinki, Stockholm, Lublin, Tampere, Maastricht, Tangier, Madeira, Trapani, Menorca and Vaxjo.

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary said: ‘We are pleased to announce 14 new routes from our three London airports, Stansted, Luton and Gatwick, as all Covid-19 travel restrictions have now been lifted, UK citizens and visitors can book a well-deserved Summer getaway to exciting destinations such as Helsinki, Madeira and Naples. Ryanair is driving London’s post Covid recovery as we grow across Europe, with new aircraft and new routes.

Despite launching our biggest ever schedule, the UK Govt failed to support this recovery by delaying the reduction in APD until 2023. Ryanair again calls on the UK Govt to scrap APD completely, to allow airlines and airports to quickly restore traffic, jobs, and tourism. The 50% reduction proposed for 2023 is too little, too late as APD puts UK airports at a severe cost disadvantage versus European competitors, and the absence of Govt support for aviation and tourism recovery creates further barriers to UK traffic and growth.’

O’Leary added, ‘To allow our customers and visitors to/from London to book their Summer getaway at the lowest fares, we are launching a 3-day seat sale with fares available from just £19,99 one way for travel until October 2022, which must be booked by Friday the 4th of March. Since these super low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com to avoid missing out.’