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Ryanair - an update

Budget airline Ryanair has announced 29 routes from Spain for the summer, and an increase in the frequency of existing routes, boosting destinations available from Valencia, Alicante and Seville.



New links available for Winter 2018 will include destinations in Italy, Portugal, France. Germany, Morocco, Hungry, Poland and the UK as well as domestic routes linking Seville to Alicante and Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands.

Seville will see new destinations of Bristol. Cagliari (Sardinia), Catania (Sicily), Malta, Edinburgh, Luxemburg, Nantes (France), Rabat and Tanger (Morocco) and Venice Treviso (Italy), each with two flights weekly.

Ryanair will also introduce flights between Seville and Oporto, Alicante and Fuerteventura.

Barcelona will get a new route to Valletta in Malta, which will run four times a week and Valencia will see flights to Burgundy (France), Cagliari (Sardinia) Palermo (Sicily) and to the Moroccan destinations of Fez and Tangiers. It will also see weekly flights to Bristol.

New routes will also open between Palma de Mallorca to Milan, Bergamo and Rome Ciampino (Italy) and Düsseldorf Weeze (Germany); from Tenerife South to Milan Malpensa, and Gran Canaria to Venice Treviso.

Alicante flights will now include routes to Bologna (Italy), Gdansk (Poland) and Newquay in Cornwall (UK), and an additional connection will run from Santander, Cantabria to Budapest (Hungary).


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