Ryanair is expanding its already vast network with even more flights to delicious summer hot spots like Greece as well as new routes departing from Manchester to Spain and Portugal. Ryanair scrapped all of its flights departing from Manchester but it looks like low cost giant and airport have made amends and cool new routes are back on the menu.
London – Thessaloniki (Greece)
Ryanair will launch its first flights to Greece on April 13th of this year, tickets are already on sale now starting at £37.99 (one-way, taxes included). Flights will depart from London Stansted Airport and fly to Greece’s second largest city, Thessaloniki in the northern part of the country, about 500km north of Athens.
Flights to Thessaloniki from London as also on offer from British Airways and EasyJet, departing from London Gatwick Airport.
Manchester – Faro, Alicante, Madrid and Tenerife
Manchester locals have something to celebrate, some of the most popular summer destinations for UK travellers will not be available for low cost thanks to Ryanair who announced this week it will introduce four new routes from their Manchester hub. Sunny Portugal and Spain are expected to attract more than 600,000 new passengers from Manchester this summer, will you be one of them?
Check out flights from Manchester to any of these new routes, among many others to European and international destinations.
On top of this, Ryanair will increase its flights from Manchester to Dublin to six flights daily, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day in March.
Cork – Milan Bergamo
Ryanair will begin operating a twice weekly service to Italy’s fashion capital on June 2nd this summer from Cork. Airline tickets to Milan are already on sale starting at £37.99 (one-way, taxes included) with departures on Sundays and Thursdays.