Belfast Winter 2016 Schedule

03 Mar 2016

7 NEW ROUTES TO ALICANTE, BERLIN, KRAKOW, LANZAROTE, MALAGA, MILAN & TENERIFE

CALLS FOR BIG ‘YES’ VOTE IN BREXIT REFERENDUM

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (3 Mar) launched its Belfast winter 2016 schedule, with 7 new routes to Alicante, Berlin, Krakow, Lanzarote, Malaga, Milan and Tenerife, as well as extra daily flights (5) to London Gatwick, which will deliver over 1m customers p.a. and support 750* jobs at Belfast International Airport. Ryanair is also calling on Northern Ireland business to deliver a big ‘Yes’ vote in the Brexit referendum in June. 

Ryanair’s Belfast W 2016 schedule will deliver:

  •          3 based aircraft
  •          7 new routes to: Alicante (3 wkly), Berlin (3 wkly), Krakow (3 wkly), Lanzarote (2 wkly), Malaga (4 wkly), Milan (2 wkly) & Tenerife (2 wkly)  
  •          More flights to: London Gatwick (5 daily)
  •          Over 1m customers p.a.
  •          750* “on-site” jobs p.a.

These new Belfast routes make Ryanair the perfect choice for NI business and leisure customers, who can now choose from 8 Belfast routes in winter 2016 at the lowest fares and look forward to further improvements, under Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes a new app, new cabin interiors and new crew uniforms.

BELFAST WINTER 2016 GROWTH 7 NEW ROUTES

Alicante  

£24.99

London

£16.99

Berlin      

£19.99

Malaga 

£24.99

Krakow  

£19.99

Milan B.

£19.99

Lanzarote 

£34.99

Tenerife  

£34.99

In Belfast, Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary said:

“We are pleased to launch our Belfast winter 2016 schedule, which grows to 3 based aircraft, 7 new routes to Alicante, Berlin, Krakow, Lanzarote, Malaga, Milan and Tenerife, as well as extra flights to London Gatwick (5 x daily), and will deliver over 1m customers p.a. and support 750 jobs at our Belfast International base. Our 5 times daily London Gatwick service will be perfect for both business and leisure customers and we look forward to growing routes, traffic and jobs in Belfast in the coming months and years.

This large inward investment (over $300m) and new job creation is the latest example of how Northern Ireland benefits from the UK’s membership of the European Union. Low fare air travel, which was pioneered by Ryanair in the UK and Europe, is one of the EU’s great success stories. We are calling on everyone in Northern Ireland to vote ‘Yes’ to Europe in the Brexit referendum in June, because staying in Europe will mean stronger economic growth, more tourism and more jobs for young people, whereas leaving will reduce the UK to the same status as Norway – namely outside the EU, but part of the single market (for which Norway still pays and still obeys the EU rules), but with no role in setting EU policy or strategy.”