Europe's largest cheap flights airline, Ryanair, has announced 14 new routes across Europe to be launched in October 2008
Europe’s largest cheap flights airline, Ryanair, has announced 14 new routes across Europe to be launched in October 2008.
The new route expansion takes Ryanair’s network to over 660 routes for the winter 2008 season.
Passengers in the UK will benefit from five of the new routes, with flights from Bournemouth to Milan and Paris, and Glasgow to Faro, Malaga and Tenerife all being launched.
Commenting on the new routes, Ryanair’s Bridget Dowling said: "Our five new UK routes will provide passengers with lower fares and better punctuality compared to the high fares levied by British Airways and Easyjet."
In addition to the UK flights, Ryanair will add services to four new airports, with flights to Lille (France), Agadir, Nador and Tangier (Morocco).
To celebrate the launch of the new routes and destinations Ryanair is offering 500,000 £10 one-way seats for travel in June and July.