Ryanair: 5 new winter routes and a new plane in Cork

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Ryanair today announced its 2023/2024 winter program for its base Cork in Irelandwith a total 23 connectionsincluding 5 new routes to Barcelona, ​​Fuerteventura, Paris BeauvaisSeville and Treviso.

The Irish low cost will increase frequencies on six other routes, to Faro, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Malaga, Rome and Tenerife. Cork is expected to fully return to its pre-Covid traffic this year, two years earlier than expected. The south of Ireland’s most popular airport is on track to welcome a total of 2.7 million passengers this year.

Also, Ryanair will base a new Boeing 737 aircraft in Cork (three in total) for the next winter season – an additional investment of 100 million dollars creating more than 30 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers, underlines the low cost Irish.

“Ryanair’s continued growth and investment in Cork is a direct result of the cost certainty provided by Cork Airport’s long-term commitment to maintaining competitive airport charges. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Cork Airport to deliver further significant regional development, connectivity, jobs and year-round tourism during the 2023/2024 winter season,” said a Ryanair spokesperson.

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