The FINANCIAL — Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (28 July) extended its Liverpool winter 2016 schedule, with a new route to Marrakesh, which will operate twice weekly from 31st October. This is in addition to a new route to Sofia announced earlier, and 25 winter routes in total, which will help deliver 1.9m customers p.a. and support 1,400 jobs at Liverpool Airport.
Ryanair’s Liverpool winter 2016 schedule will deliver:
- 2 new routes to: Sofia (2 wkly) & Marrakesh (2 wkly)
- 5 new winter services: Bergerac (2 wkly), Gran Canaria (wkly), Pisa (2 wkly), Porto (2 wkly) & Szczecin (2 wkly)
- More flights to: Alicante (5 wkly) & Malaga (4 wkly)
- 25 routes in total
- 95 weekly flights
- 1.9m customers p.a.
- 1,400 “on-site” jobs p.a.
Liverpool consumers and visitors can choose from 25 routes in winter 2016 and can look forward to further improvements under Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme including more new routes, new digital features, new cabin interiors and even more low fares, according to Ryanair.
Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Robin Kiely said:
“We are pleased to extend our Liverpool winter 2016 schedule with a new route to Marrakesh, which will operate twice weekly from 31st October and our 25 winter routes will help deliver 1.9 million customers this year and support 1,400 “on-site” jobs at Liverpool Airport.
Seats on our new route to Marrakesh are on sale now from just £24.99 and are available for booking until Monday (1 Aug) for travel in November. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Liverpool Airport’s Robin Tudor said:
“We are delighted to welcome this further expansion of Ryanair’s network at Liverpool Airport with more flights on some of our key routes, and the addition of another new destination.
This growth reaffirms the Airports commitment to expanding international connections for the Region, providing more choice to the travelling public, not only in the City of Liverpool but from across the North West and North Wales; whilst also delivering a ‘faster, easier and friendlier’ journey through the Airport.”