FEBRUARY 23RD, 2016
Ryanair Launches Edinburgh Winter 2016 Schedule
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (23 Feb) launched its Edinburgh winter 2016 schedule, with 6 new winter services to Bologna, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Gran Canaria, Palma and Poznan, and more flights on 6 other routes, which will deliver 2.5m customers p.a. and support 1,900* jobs, as Ryanair grows its Edinburgh traffic by 20%.
Ryanair’s Edinburgh winter 2016 schedule will deliver:
· 6 new winter services to: Bologna (2 wkly), Bordeaux (2 wkly), Bratislava (2 wkly), Gran Canaria (2 wkly), Palma (2 wkly) & Poznan (2 wkly)
· More flights to: Alicante (4 wkly), Barcelona (5 wkly), Copenhagen (4 wkly), Malaga (4 wkly), Rome Ciampino (5 wkly) & Tenerife (4 wkly)
· 23 routes in total
· 115 weekly flights
· 2.5m customers p.a. (+425,000)
· 1,900* “on-site” jobs p.a.
Ryanair will continue to connect Edinburgh with Europe’s major centres of business through high frequency services, including Dublin (4 daily) and London (5 daily), with more flights, better timings and the lowest fares, making Ryanair the ideal choice for business and leisure customers.
In Edinburgh, Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs said:
“We are pleased to launch our Edinburgh winter 2016 schedule, which includes 6 new winter services to Bologna, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Gran Canaria, Palma and Poznan, and more flights on 6 other routes, which will deliver 2.5 million customers p.a. and support 1,900 jobs, as we grow our Edinburgh traffic by 20%.
Our 106m customers can look forward to further improvements, as we continue our “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes more new routes, a new app, new cabin interiors, new crew uniforms and improved inflight menus.
To celebrate the launch of our Edinburgh winter 2016 schedule, we are releasing 100,000 seats for sale across our European network from just £19.99, which are available for booking until Thursday (25 Feb). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”