Ryanair announced a new connection between Dublin and Nimes for Summer 2022 as part of its largest ever base expansion operating 120 routes with over 900 weekly flights with 33 based aircraft, operating twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 29 March to 29 October using Boeing 737-800 aircraft.  The carrier will have no direct or indirect competition on this route and will enable passengers to self-connect across Ryanair’s 120 routes from Dublin and use to US CBP for onward North America connections.

Ryanair Chief Commercial Officer Jason McGuinness stated “We are pleased to add this new route to Dublin as part of our French S22 programme, giving our customers another amazing European destination to plan their summer holidays”.

Nimes Airport Director Grégory Merelo said “This teamwork allows the airport to begin diversifying its network to connect to new tourist markets and anchor the positioning of Nîmes airport as the gateway to Grande Provence”.

Nîmes is one of the most attractive towns in Mediterranean France. The city was established by the Romans, on the edge of the Mediterranean plain, some twenty-five miles inland from the sea; and to this day, Nimes has  the finest collection of Roman remains in France.

RYR1621 departs Dublin 0715 arrives Nimes 1035

RYR1622 departs Nimes 1100 arrives Dublin 1235 

Ryanair operates from Dublin to Bordeaux, Carcassonne, Grenoble, La Rochelle, Lourdes, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris Beauvais, Rodez, Toulouse and Tours Loire Valley.

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