Thursday, 18 July 2013

Ryanair Magnifying its Winter Routes in UK

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Ryanair airlines has decided to introduce 22 new routes from the United Kingdom this winter 2013-14 . The 'low cost' airline has also decided to grow bigger on the European routes too, with a great number of 88 routes.

This decision was taken in order to increase the winter routes my allowing only a few aircraft to ground. 80 were grounded for the last year's winter and it will be 20 this time as announced by the airline's spokesman Robin Kiely.

 The UK's new winter routes has been designed for leisure as well as for business travel. The holidaying spots are finely chosen and they are decided as the Canary Island, Cyprus and Southern Spain. For travel and commerce, there are many routes introduced this time, which will be from East Midlands to Cork, Edinburgh to Fuerteventura and Marseilles, Doncaster to Tenerife, Stansted to a number of destinations such as the Nuremberg, Comiso, Ostrava and Strasbourg, from Manchester to another set of destinations namely the Krakow, Palma, Paphos and Lanzarote.

Other winter routes will be from Bournemouth to various destinations like Barcelona, Alicante, Lanzarote and Malaga, from Glasgow Prestwick to Rzeszowand, Luton-Murcia and from Liverpool to Lublin and Malta.


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