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Ryanair launches new flights from Bristol Airport

Friday 04 Dec 2009 7:31am

Travellers using Bristol Airport will have five new destinations to choose from after Ryanair launched additional flights for its summer 2010 schedule. Ryanair revealed that it was also increasing its range of destinations from other UK airports. Extra flight routes have been added to Ryanair's Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Glasgow (Prestwick) and Edinburgh operations. One new Boeing 737-800 has been added to the airline's fleet at Bristol Airport to help operate the new flights. This takes the total number of Ryanair aircraft at the airport to five. These additional routes mean that passengers have 35 destinations to choose from if they wish to fly with Ryanair from Bristol Airport. These destinations include Palma, Valencia, Gdansk, Faro and Treviso. In other Ryanair news, it has also been announced that the frequency of its flights to Malta and Malaga will increase this summer season. The airline's added investment will support 1,300 jobs in the local area and increase the airport's annual passenger numbers to more than 1. 3 million people.


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