6 New Routes (63 In Total), 5.4m Customers P.A. (Up 6%)
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (27 Sep) launched its biggest ever Manchester summer schedule (2019), with 6 new routes to Bordeaux, Gothenburg, Marrakech, Marseille, Nantes & Thessaloniki (63 in total), which will deliver more than 5.4m customers p.a. through Manchester Airport, as Ryanair grows its Manchester traffic by 6%
Ryanair’s Manchester S19 schedule will deliver:
– 6 new routes to: Bordeaux, Gothenburg, Marrakech, Marseille, Nantes & Thessaloniki
– More flights to Belfast
– 63 routes in total
– 350 weekly flights
– 4m customers p.a. (up 6%)
– 4,000* “on-site” jobs p.a.
Manchester consumers and visitors can now book their holidays on 63 routes for summer 2019 on the lowest fares. To celebrate the launch of its Manchester S2019 schedule, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just £14.99, for travel between October and December, which must be booked by midnight Thursday (27 Sep) only on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:
“Ryanair is pleased to launch our biggest ever Manchester summer schedule with 63 routes, including 6 new routes to Bordeaux, Gothenburg, Marrakech, Marseille, Nantes and Thessaloniki, and more flights to Belfast. Our summer 2019 schedule will see our traffic grow by over 6% and deliver 5.4m customers p.a. through Manchester Airport, all on the lowest fares.
To celebrate we are releasing seats for sale from just £14.99, for travel between October and December. This offer is available for booking until midnight on Monday (1 Oct). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Julian Carr, Aviation Director for Manchester Airport, said:
“It’s fantastic to see Ryanair adding yet more routes and continuing to grow from Manchester. Gothenburg is currently unserved from the airport and along with their other new routes will offer our 27.9 million passengers an even greater choice of destinations, whether it’s for business or leisure.”