Ryanair launch new winter routes including Spain

Twelve London-bound passengers stopped from boarding Ryanair flight in Madrid. Credit: Pixabay

Ryanair launch new winter routes to popular tourist destinations including Spain.

In something sure to delight holidaymakers, Ryanair have announced the launch of new winter routes. The new routes mean that Ryanair’s UK winter 21/22 schedule will see holidaymakers head off to more than 400 stunning destinations on over 2000 flights each week.

The new routes include Birmingham to Bucharest, Milan, Turin and Vilnius. Ryanair will also be adding flights from Bristol to Barcelona and Madrid and Bournemouth to Budapest and Wroclaw. Something that is sure to delight many expats who want to see their relatives is that the winter route from London’s Gatwick to Spain’s Malaga has also been added, according to Travelmole.

Ryanair have marked the occasion by adding a seat sale for only £19.99. The sale will include travel until the end of March 2022 but the flights must be booked by August 19, and booked on the Ryanair website.

Ryanair are also adding more options for winter routes in 21/22 for people wanted to fly from Dublin. These routes include Dublin to Cardiff, Plovdiv in Bulgaria Kosice in Slovakia and Romania’s Sibiu.

In other recent travel news, Jet2 expands 2022-23 winter sun programme to Spain and other destinations.

The winter sun 2022-23 programme for Jet2 and Jet2holidays’ has been expanded with some stunning destinations that is sure to delight eager holidaymakers looking to getaway next year.

Many airports in the UK will see capacity raised and this includes Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle and Stansted too. 

Popular Spanish destinations such as Malaga, Mallorca and Alicante will be going on sale according to Travel Weekly.

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Alex Glenn

Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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