Ryanair, Ireland’s No.1 airline, today (28 May) celebrated the launch of its Ireland West Airport Knock -Bristol route, which is now running as a year-round service, operating 3 times weekly for both Summer and Winter 2018.
Ryanair’s Ireland West Airport Knock Summer 2018 schedule will deliver:
– 1 new route to Girona (from June, 2 weekly)
– 12 routes in total including Alicante, Faro, Malaga & Tenerife
– 46 weekly flights
– 585,000 customers p.a.
Irish consumers and visitors can book their holidays on even lower fares, and enjoy the 2018 “Always Getting Better” improvements including:
– Reduced checked-in bag fees – lower €25 fee, bigger 20kg bag allowance
– Connecting flights at Rome, Milan & Porto with more airports to follow
– Ryanair Rooms with 10% off Travel Credit
– Ryanair Transfers – wider choice of ground transport with new partner Car Trawler
– Punctuality Promise – 90% of our flights will be on time
– Price Promise – find a cheaper fare and we’ll refund the difference + €5 to your My Ryanair account
To celebrate its extended Bristol service, Ryanair released seats from Ireland West Airport Knock at prices starting from just €19.99, for travel in June and July, which are only available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Sunday (2nd June).
Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:
“We are delighted to launch our extended Bristol service, which will operate three times weekly, all year round. Ireland West Airport Knock customers and visitors can choose from 12 exciting summer 2018 routes, to and from Italy, Portugal, Spain and the UK, and always on the lowest fares.
To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from just €19.99 for travel in June and July, which must be booked by Sunday, 3 June. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Donal Healy from Ireland West Airport Knock said:
“Ireland West Airport are delighted with the news that our popular Bristol service will operate all year round from this October. Our Bristol service has been operating for 8 years now and provides excellent connectivity to and from the beautiful South West Coast of England.
Furthermore this will be a significant boost for tourism in the West of Ireland delivering increased visitor numbers direct to the West and North West regions over the winter period and we encourage tourism providers in the region to get behind this service to ensure it’s a success.”