Ryanair launches more routes from Liverpool
Ryanair today took off for the first time from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Budapest and Stockholm.
These new services to Hungary and Sweden are just two of eight new services commencing this week from Liverpool John Lennon including Bydgoszcz and Lodz in Poland plus Madrid, Belfast, Fuerteventura and Tenerife. These new services are part of a network-wide October revolution, which sees Ryanair launching 70 new routes across Europe.
Ryanair’s Head of Sales & Marketing UK Caroline Baldwin said: “We are delighted to launch eight new services from Liverpool this week including brand-new destinations Hungary and Northern Ireland. Ryanair continues to expand choice to Liverpool and Merseyside consumers as well as increase the accessibility of the region for travelers throughout Europe. Passengers who haven’t already joined Ryanair’s lowest fare revolution can still do so during our massive 50% off offer with fares starting at just £5 (about €7, $10) including taxes and charges. We urge all passengers to book straight away as demand for Liverpool’s guaranteed lowest fares will be huge.” (theboltonnews.co.uk)
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