Ryanair, an Ireland-based low cost airline, is offering new and expanded routes between the UK and destinations in Ireland and Europe.
The airline has expanded its service between Kerry, in Ireland, and London Stansted Airport to a daily return flight, an increase on its previous three return flights per week.
The new services commence from November 7, 2012, and will complement the airline’s daily return flight service between Kerry and London Luton Airport. The airline is offering a EUR16 Seat Sale for the newly expanded service.
The airline sales and marketing manager, Maria Macken, said, ‘Ryanair is pleased to announce increased frequencies on its Kerry-London Stansted route, which will operate daily from 7th November giving passengers in the South West a choice of two London destinations for winter 2012.
This is great news for tourism in the South West as Londoners, keen to snap up good value hotel and golf breaks in the region, now have even more options when travelling to Kerry.’
The airline has also announced two new winter routes from Manchester to Gdansk and Riga, from November 2012. The new winter schedule from Manchester Airport will include 18 routes, catering for around 1.3 million passengers per year.
Announcing the new route, the airline head of communications, Stephen McNamara, said, ‘Ryanair is pleased to announce 2 new Manchester routes to Gdansk and Riga from Nov 2012 as we grow our winter Manchester schedule to 18 routes, which will deliver over 1.3m passengers per annum at Manchester Airport, sustaining over 1,300 ‘on-site’ jobs.’