Published on : Wednesday, August 30, 2017
The Irish low-cost air carrier would be adding air services to Munich, Marrakech, Naples, Paphos and Stuttgart for next summer that would take the total number of routes from Dublin to 90 as part of a 4% rise in capacity.
Ryanair would also raise frequency on its route to Hamburg in addition to selling 20 Air Europa long-haul routes from Madrid.
This airliner would continue to provide flight services through Rome Fiumicino and Milan Bergamo and promises that more airports would be following suit.
Ryanair has also called for the creation of a second runway at Dublin airport.
The chief marketing officer of Ryanair, Kenny Jacobs went on to add that they require urgent action to deliver runway two to check the airport infrastructure of Ireland from lagging behind its international rivals.
The Dublin-Munich airline service would be doubling daily.
On the other hand, Stuttgart would be operating on a daily basis. And, Naples would be operating five times per week and both Paphos and Marrakech would be offering twice-weekly service.