Ryanair adds multiple summer routes from UK airports

Ryanair has added multiple routes from a range of UK airports with the start of its summer flying schedule.

New services are being offered from Birmingham, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Luton and Manchester airports.

Birmingham to Paris, Marrakesh and Tirana are three of six new summer routes, followed by Agadir, Berlin and Paphos this week.

Agadir is one of two new destinations being served from Bournemouth, with Nantes following in June to bring Ryanair’s network up to 20 routes for the summer from the south coast airport.

A link from to Alicante three times a week from Cardiff will be followed on April 6 with flights to Tenerife in addition to Dublin, Faro and Malaga connections.

Palma is being served three times a week as a new connection from Luton, followed by the addition oof Rhodes and Zadar in June to give a total of 29 routes from the Bedfordshire airport.

A total of 83 destinations will be served from Manchester this summer with the addition of Tangier followed by Dubrovnik on April 4 and Reggio in Italy on April 28.

At the same time Jet2 has started summer services from Stansted to Tivat in Montenegro and from Belfast International to Malta. Flights to Nice from Stansted begin on May 3.

Meanwhile, regional carrier Eastern Airways has brought back flights to Paris Charles De Gaulle from East Midlands airport and Southampton after a gap of five years in a switch from Paris Orly in partnership with Air France.

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