Ryanair reopens its base at Shannon Airport (SNN) and plans 14 new routes for the 2021 summer season
Ryanair has announced that it is reopening its base at Shannon Airport (SNN) in Ireland. The Aryan company will also resume 14 routes from April 2021.
Shannon Airport has worked closely with Ryanair to provide incentives for the reconstruction of air traffic before the summer season 2021. The base will be reopened with a single aircraft, for a start.
Ryanair will resume 14 new routes with 32 weekly flights.
With the restoration of its base at Shannon, Ryanair will resume 14 new routes with 32 weekly flights. Also, for the summer season 2021, there will be flights to Alicante, Barcelona-Reus, Faro, Krakow, Kaunas, Lanzarote, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Malaga, Manchester, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife, Warsaw and Wroclaw.
Ryanair has been operating flights from Shannon Airport since 1987, and since 2004 they have also opened the base.