RyanAir has released a new timetable that includes new routes from Valencia Airport offering a total of more than 200 weekly flights.
Ryanair, the low-cost Irish airline, launched its new timetable for 2021 at Valencia Airport on Wednesday, offering a total of 53 routes and more than 200 weekly flights, including new routes to Fuerteventura and Belfast this summer, as well as Gdansk (Poland) and Baden-Baden (Germany) next winter.
According to a press release, the airline anticipates that these routes will be used by approximately 3.1 million passengers and will play an important role in the airline’s recovery. New flight to Fuerteventura, starting this summer, will be a weekly flight, while the Belfast destination will be served by two flights a week.
RyanAir will begin regular flights between Valencia and the Polish city of Gdansk twice a week once the company switches to the winter schedule. It will use the same frequency to fly to another new destination, Baden-Baden, a German city near Stuttgart and Strasbourg (France).
To further promote the new routes and timetable, the Irish airline has launched a tempting sales offer with flights starting at 19.99 euros to travel until the end of October, a promotion that, according to Ryanair, will be available until midnight on Friday, July 16 on the Ryanair website.
Jason McGuinness, Ryanair’s commercial director, stated that he is “delighted to witness the reactivation and growth of tourism in Valencia despite the challenges of the covid pandemic.”
“After the success of the vaccination campaigns, we expect Spanish air traffic to recover strongly in 2021,” he concluded. “As a result, we are very happy to announce our new timetable for the Valencia airport, which will allow us to carry 3,1 million passengers per year to 53 different destinations.”
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