Ryanair has announced that it is adding 22 new routes out of Dublin Airport bringing the total to 120.
With Omicron thought to have peaked and the recently announced easing of most of the remaining restrictions there is growing optimism in the tourism and hospitality sector that normal (or near normal ) service can resume by Summer 2002.
The addition of the new routes will offer more opportunities to travel abroad but it will also encourage visitors to Ireland from new destinations.
Book Early for Lower Fares
Ryanair’s CEO Eddie Wilson recommended early booking: “With air fares likely to increase this summer due to reduced industry capacity, we encourage all customers to book early and scoop up these lower fares.”
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We repeatedly urge travelers to book their accommodation well in advance as you are likely to find much better prices and have more options. See our article on how to pay less for your accommodation.
The new destinations being added this summer are: Agadir (AGA), Morocco; Alghero (AHO), Italy; Cardiff (CWL), Wales; Kosice (KSC), Slovakia; Madeira (FNC), Portugal; Nimes (FNI), France; Nuremberg (NUE), Germany; Plovdiv (PDV), Bulgaria; Sibiu (SBZ) and Suceava (SCV) in Romania; and Zagreb (ZAG), Croatia.
DAA CEO Dalton Philips said “Government funding announced in the 2022 budget has allowed DAA to offer additional attractive incentives to our airline partners to rebuild international connectivity from Dublin Airport and this investment by Ryanair for the busy summer season ahead is testament to that.”
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