EI-HAW Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair (3)

Ryanair announced its biggest ever summer schedule to/from Dublin, with 130 routes across 27 countries  adding 14 new destinations and increasing frequencies on a number of existing routes, with 33 aircraft increasing number of based Boeing 737-8200 ‘Gamechangers’ from 11 from 16, operating over 2,000 weekly flights delivering 16 million passengers per annum.

The new routes include Asturias and Castellon in Spain, Brindisi, Genoa and Venice in Italy, Kos and Zakynthos in Greece, Cluj and Lasi in Romania, Stockholm in Sweden, Leipzig in Germany and Newquay in the UK.

Daa CEO Kenny Jacobs said “I am delighted to welcome Ryanair’s biggest ever summer schedule from Dublin Airport with 14 new destinations and the resultant jobs this growth brings to the Irish economy. Ryanair is an incredible success story, and daa wants to support their future growth at Dublin and Cork airports. We take a necessary long-term view on infrastructure and we are progressing our €1.9 billion capital investment programme to ensure Dublin Airport continues to grow in a safe and efficient way to support all our current and future airline customers.”

Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson, said “As Ireland’s no. 1 airline, Ryanair is pleased to announce our biggest ever Dublin schedule for Summer ‘23, with over 2,000 weekly flights to 130 top destinations across 27 countries, incl. 14 new routes to the likes of Stockholm, Genoa, Kos and Zakynthos, offering Dublin customers/visitors even more choice for their Summer holidays at the lowest fares in Europe.

Ryanair will offer more than double the destinations of any other carrier operating to/from Dublin this summer and is the only airline operating to the likes of Zakynthos – a Greek island in the Ionian Sea with its iconic white-sand beaches or Asturias – a tranquil region in north-western Spain with mountain trails and world-class cuisine. Ryanair is offering the most varied selection of destinations and this additional growth will be delivered on more enviro efficient aircraft, which will reduce noise by 40% on Dublin airport’s new north runway.”

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