ULCC in Ireland For the summer of 2022, Ryanair has announced more than 30 additional routes from different bases in France, Italy, and Spain.
The airline is expanding its network from Marseille (MRS) with ten new destinations, bringing the total number of destinations served from the airport to 60.
During the summer of 2022, the carrier plans to fly 240 weekly flights from MRS, an increase of 87 over the summer of 2019.
Berlin, East Midlands, Lanzarote, La Rochelle, Luxembourg, Madeira, Santiago de Compostela, Shannon, Tenerife South, and Venice are among the new destinations. For the summer season, five aircraft will be based in Marseille, including two Boeing 737 8-200s.
“Efficient operations and competitive airport charges form the basis from which Ryanair can deliver long-term traffic growth and increased connectivity,” Ryanair commercial director Jason McGuinness said.
“We have worked closely with our partners at Marseille Airport to ensure this growth and improve services for those who live, work or wish to visit Marseille and the Provence region.”
Ryanair is also launching four new services in France, from Toulouse (TLS) to Agadir, Milan, Venice, and Rome.
A single aircraft will be stationed in the city, with flights to 24 locations. According to the ULCC, 80 weekly services will be available, which is double what was available before the pandemic.
With the debut of flights to Wroclaw (WRO) in Poland, Ryanair is adding another route to its recently built base in Turin (TRN) in Italy. From May 2, operations will be twice weekly.
Two aircraft will be based in Turin this summer, allowing the ULCC to fly to 35 destinations in 14 countries, according to the airline.
Ryanair plans to launch four new routes from Lamezia Terme (SUF), in the Calabria area of southern Italy, to Genoa, Memmingen, Vienna, and Nuremberg. The airline will also begin flights between Crotone-Sant’Anna Airport (CRV) and Venice in Calabria.
Malaga (AGP) on the Costa del Sol, Spain, will acquire eight additional international flights and one new domestic flight. Aarhus, Agadir, Kaunas, Paris Beauvais, Riga, Stockholm Arlanda, Turin, and Zagreb will join the airline’s international network from the airport, while Lanzarote will be the new domestic link.
This summer, Ryanair expects to fly to 79 destinations from Malaga, with 340 weekly flights. The airport will be home to a total of 11 planes.
Ryanair said earlier this week that it will begin 15 additional routes from Vienna (VIE) this summer, marking the airline’s busiest schedule from the airport to yet. It did, however, announce that it was canceling 19 itineraries from Lisbon (LIS) in a row due to slot congestion.
Ryanair has also announced additional services from Budapest (BUD) to Warsaw Modlin in Poland and Alghero in Sardinia in recent days.
The locations will be served four times a week and twice a week, respectively.