Ryanair to add 3 aircraft and 10 new summer routes at Manchester

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Ryanair (Dublin) has announced an additional investment of $300 million at Manchester Airport with an extra three based Boeing 737-800 aircraft for its peak summer 2018 schedule (June-September).

The airline will be added 10 new summer routes to Agadir, Almeria, Barcelona Reus, Belfast, Cagliari, Palermo, Ponta Delgada, Porto, Rhodes, and Venice Treviso and more flights on its existing routes.

Ryanair’s summer 2018 Manchester schedule will now add 300,000 extra seats to a total of 57 routes which will help deliver 4.9 million customers this year.

The numbers:

  1. 12 based aircraft at Manchester
  2. 57 summer routes in total
  3. 10 new summer routes to: Agadir (2 weekly), Almeria (2 weekly), Barcelona Reus (2 weekly), Belfast (daily from March), Cagliari (2 weekly), Palermo (2 weekly) Ponta Delgada (1 weekly), Porto (3 weekly), Rhodes (2 weekly), and Venice Treviso (3 weekly)
  4. More flights to:  Alicante, Bologna, Chania, Faro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Lisbon, Malaga, Mallorca, Naples and Tenerife