Ryanair to launch 14 new routes from UK for summer 2020

Oct 2, 2019

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European low-cost giant Ryanair unveiled its U.K. summer 2020 schedule, and there’s good news for British travellers. The carrier’s summer 2020 schedule includes five new routes and nine new summer services — a total of 14 new routes for the summer season.

In total, the airline will operate more than 500 routes across Europe next summer. As of this week, you can also book these flights — and more — with the booking calendar open until October 2020. Given that reservations are now available, passengers can already plan summer holidays in advance with one-way fares starting at at £26.

New routes include:

  • Edinburgh (EDI) to Bydgoszcz, Poland (BZG) — 2x weekly service
  • Manchester (MAN) to Pisa (PSA) — 2x weekly service
  • Stansted (STN) to Cluj Napoca, Romania (CLJ) — 3x weekly service
  • Stansted (STN) to Kosice, Slovakia (KSC) — 3x weekly service
  • Stansted (STN) to Terceira, The Azores (TER) — 1x weekly service

New summer services include:

  • Exeter (EXT) to Alicante (ALC) — 2x weekly service
  • Edinburgh (EDI) to Bucharest (OTP) — 3x weekly service
  • Stansted (STN) to Dresden (DRS) — 3x weekly service
  • Stansted (STN) to Essaouira, Morocco (ESU) — 2x weekly service
  • Luton (LTN) to Krakow (KRK) — 4x weekly service
  • Luton (LTN) to Seville (SVQ) — 3x weekly service
  • Manchester (MAN) to Katowice, Poland (KTW) — 3x weekly service
  • Manchester (MAN) to Milan Malpensa (MXP) — 5x weekly service
  • Manchester (MAN) to Prague (PRG) — 9x weekly service

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