Ryanair has announced its plans for next summer’s 2015 flight schedule with new departures from Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Bristol.
Two new routes will take off from Manchester next summer, to Eindhover and Shannon bringing it to a total of 37 destinations served. The airline will also boost flights to Alicante, Lisbon and Madrid by adding more weekly frequencies.
From Liverpool, travellers will be able to take off to Bratislava and Krakow next summer with increased summer flights. From Bristol, flights to Budapest will also be boosted with more weekly flights.
From these four UK airports, the low cost giant plans to operate 118 routes next summer, in an effort to bring total passenger numbers up to 6.6 million. Ryanair’s chief marketing officer, Kenny Jacobs, added,
“[We] are pleased to be the first airline in the UK to launch its 2015 summer schedule, with new routes, increased frequencies, allocated seating, reduced fees, a new website and a brand new app with mobile boarding passes.”