Ryanair announces Dublin's largest operational program: 33 aircraft, 120 destinations
Ryanair today (January 20th) announced the largest summer operational program to be implemented at Dublin International Airport. There will be 33 planes operating up to 900 flights a week to 120 destinations.
This record-breaking program includes flights to sunny destinations in Spain, Portugal, Italy, including Sardinia and Sicily, as well as interesting and attractive destinations such as Greek islands, Croatia and regional France.
Thus, RYANAIR makes an additional investment of 100 million dollars by allocating the aircraft with the number 33 base in Dublin. Ryanair also confirmed today that it will create 30 direct jobs by allocating this additional aircraft to Dublin.
After 2 years of travel restrictions and all this uncertainty, the DAA has finally received the tools to stimulate travel with its Traffic Recovery Support Scheme (TRSS), which was recommended by the Aviation Task Force in its July 2020 report. .
To celebrate this exciting announcement, Ryanair has launched a promotion with airline tickets starting at EUR 29,99 / segment for travel until the end of June 2022. The offer is valid until January 23, 2022. Places are limited.
From Dublin, RYANAIR has flights scheduled to Bucureşti, Sibiu (February 7, 2022) and Suceava (from March 27, 2022)! For flights Bucharest - Dublin, fares start at 21.99 EURO / segment. For Sibiu - Dublin flights, fares start at 12.99 EURO / segment; and for Suceava - Bucharest we have rates from 20 EURO / segment.