As part of his winter program 2023/2024, Ryanair announced two new lines from the hexagon: Marseille-Amman And Beauvais-Copenhagen.
The Irish low-cost airline, the leading European airline in terms of passenger numbers, will operate the new link between Marseille and Amman, capital of Jordan, with 4 weekly flights from 30 October. It will offer the connection between Paris-Beauvais and Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, also with four flights per week from October.
For the Copenhagen service, Dara Brady, Ryanair’s communications manager, said: ” We are delighted to bring even more choice and value to our Paris customers with the addition of this new route to Copenhagen to our 2023 winter schedule, giving our Paris customers even more choice to plan their winter getaways..” The Irish low-cost airline will open a base of two Boeing 737s in Copenhagen from December 2023, creating up to 100 direct jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers as part of a new investment in 200 aircraft millions of dollars. It is already the third largest airline at the Danish capital airport, operating 20 routes and carrying 2.3 million passengers a year to/from Copenhagen.
And for the service to Amman, he added: We are delighted to bring even more choice and value to our French customers with the addition of this new route to Amman to our 2023 winter schedule, giving our Marseille customers even more choice to plan their long-awaited winter getaways. We look forward to welcoming our customers on board our flights to/from Amman this winter, as Ryanair continues to offer more connectivity and lower fares than any other airline for France. »