Ryanair, the Ireland-based budget airline, has announced the addition of 10 new international routes starting in 2012.
From the Glawgow Prestwick Airport in Scotland, Ryanair is adding 4 new routes to Barcelona (Spain), Bydgoszcz (Poland), Corfu (Greece) and Chania (Crete, Greece). These new routes will begin in April 2012.
From the East Midlands Airport in England, Ryanair is adding 6 new routes to Barcelona (Spain), Almeria (Spain), Chania (Crete), Zadar (Croatia), Corfu (Greece) and Rhodes (Greece). These new routes will begin in June 2012 in time for the summer holiday season.
Ryanair is the leading budget airline in Europe, operating more than 1,400 flights per day to 160 destinations in 27 countries. It is estimated that Ryanair carried over 70 million passengers in 2011.
Ticketing for the new routes is available on the Ryanair from December 2, 2012.