Ryanair announces 5 new Madrid and 7 new Rome Ciampino routes
Friday 6, August 2010
Ryanair has announced that it will open five new routes (44 in total) from Madrid to Ancona, Ibiza, Krakow, Oujda (Morocco) and Stockholm Skavsta from November 2010 which will increase Ryanairâ€™s traffic at Madrid to 4.5m passengers p.a. and sustain up to 4,500 local jobs.
Ryanair will base two new aircraft (14 in total) at Madrid and increase frequencies on five other routes to Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, London (Gatwick), Santiago and Tenerife from November.
Ryanair, also announced seven new routes (40 in total) from Rome (Ciampino) to Bari, Fez, Gothenburg, London (Gatwick), Marrakesh, Marseille and Tenerife from November 2010 which will increase Ryanair’s traffic at Rome Ciampino to 4m passengers p.a. and sustain 4,000 local jobs in the Ciampino region. Ryanair will base a sixth aircraft at Rome (Ciampino) and increase frequencies to London (Stansted) and Paris (Beauvais) from November 2010 also.
Ryanair celebrated these new routes and increased frequencies by releasing 500,000 €6 seats for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in September, which are available for booking until midnight Monday (9th Aug). Ryanair’s five new Madrid and seven new Rome Ciampino routes go on sale on www.ryanair.com tomorrow (6th Aug).
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said:
“Rome and Madrid today celebrate new Ryanair routes in November which will allow Ryanair passengers beat the recession by flying at Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharges to exciting destinations all over Europe.
“To celebrate our new routes, aircraft and frequencies at Madrid and Rome Ciampino, Ryanair is releasing 500,000 €6 seats, for travel in September which are available for booking until midnight Monday. Since seats at these crazy low prices will be snapped up quickly, we urge passengers to book their flights immediately on www.ryanair.com.”
5 New Madrid routes
Oujda (Morocco) 2pw
Stockholm Skavsta 3pw
7 New Rome Ciampino routes
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