Budget airline Ryanair has announces that it will launch three new flight routes to its current roster for passengers travelling from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Two new aircraft will be added to Ryanair's fleet at Liverpool airport to help operate the new routes. The new routes will serve travellers to the Polish destination Lodz, and the Italian cities of Trapani and Rimini. Ryanair will also increase its flight offerings to Krakow, Poznan, Faro and Wroclaw. Deputy chief executive of Peel Airports, Neil Pakey, said the Ryanair's latest launch means that Liverpool now serves more Italian destinations than majority of other regional airports in the UK. Mr Pakey added that the new routes will give passengers a greater choice of services. Deputy head of sales and marketing for Ryanair, Dara Brady, commented that the new flights would sustain 2,500 jobs in the Liverpool area. 'With a total of 44 low fare routes from Liverpool this summer travellers in the North West can beat the recession by choosing Ryanair's guaranteed lowest fares,' Mr Brady added. This news follows Ryanair's announcement that it would add new routes to three other UK airports: Bristol, Edinburgh and Glasgow (Prestwick).