19 More Summer Routes On Sale Today On Ryanair.Com

16 Apr 2018

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline today (16 Apr) announced an additional 19 Summer 2018 routes from Austria and Germany to Mallorca and other sun destinations, all of which are on sale now on Ryanair.com, the world’s most visited airline website.

Ryanair’s sales agreement with Laudamotion.com now means that even more routes from Austria, Germany and Switzerland are available at the lowest fares on Ryanair.com with a total of 60 new Summer 2018 routes now on sale.

The following routes (with flights starting from June 1st) have now been added and are available for sale on www.ryanair.com:

Vienna (9) to/from Innsbruck (1) to/from Cologne (1) to/from
Brindisi Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca
Chania
Ibiza Linz (1) to/from Hannover (1) to/from
Kalamata Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca
Malaga
Paphos Graz (1) to/from Munster (1) to/from
Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca
Pisa
Santorini Salzburg (1) to/from Nuremburg (1) to/from
Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca
 
Munich (1) to/from
Palma de Mallorca
   
Paderborn (1) to/from
Palma de Mallorca
 

 Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien, said:

Ryanair is delighted to launch even more Laudamotion flights on Ryanair.com following the huge demand for Laudamotion flights from Austria, Germany and Switzerland to sunshine destinations.  Ryanair is pleased to include flights from Cologne, Graz, Hannover, Innsbruck, Linz, Munich, Munster, Nurembrug, Paderborn, Salzburg, and Vienna airports for sale at the lowest fares on Ryanair.com.”

Laudamotion’s Chairman Niki Lauda, said:

Laudamotion is very pleased to have access to the world’s most visited airline website, Ryanair.com, to provide a platform for Laudamotion routes from Austria, Germany and Switzerland.  This far-reaching sales channel will assist Laudamotion immensely in achieving its vision to become Austria’s leading low fares airline and to compete against the dominance of Lufthansa and its subsidiaries in the Austrian, German and Swiss markets.”