Ryanair’s Shannon Summer Schedule Takes Off

22 May 2018

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (21 May) celebrated the first flights on its new Shannon services to Bristol and Liverpool, which will operate as part of its Summer 2018 schedule, and will operate alongside A new twice-weekly service to Reus which commenced in March. Ryanair’s Shannon Summer 2018 schedule will deliver:

– 3 new routes to Bristol (2 wkly), Liverpool (3 wkly) and Reus (2 wkly)

– 15 total routes

– 48 weekly flights

– 800,000 customers p.a.

To celebrate its new Shannon routes to Bristol and Liverpool, Ryanair has released seats for sale from €9.99, for travel in June, subject to availability, which are only available for booking on Ryanair.com until midnight Monday (21 May).

Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:

“We’re pleased to officially launch these new Shannon services to Bristol and Liverpool, as part of our exciting summer 2018 schedule.  To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from just €9.99 for travel in June, which are available for booking on Ryanair.com until midnight Monday (21 May). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com now and avoid missing out.”


Head of Aviation Development at Shannon Airport Declan Power said: 

“These are two services that many members of the public were keen to see back on the agenda and we are delighted that Ryanair has answered the call.  Ryanair is a very significant player not just for Shannon Airport but this region, as reflected in the number of services they will operate from Shannon this year. Our ask is now that we have the services back, that the public takes advantage of them and makes the most of them.”


Shannon Airport Managing Director Andrew Murphy said: 

“Today is another exciting day in a positive year so far for us and the wider region.  These new Liverpool and Bristol services not alone represent opportunities for passengers from Shannon to travel to what are two very popular cities but also represent a tourism opportunity for this region.  The UK is a huge market for us and it’s a case now of the promotional agencies getting in there and telling the story of the unique package we have here on the west coast to people who haven’t heard it before.”