Ryainair launches new flights from Liverpool for £4.99

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Ryanair has announced new flight routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport starting at just £4.99.

Airline Ryanair has announced five new flight routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) starting at just £4.99.

Passengers can now travel to a number of destinations on Ryanair’s new Winter 2021/22 schedule.

The new flight destinations are to Milan Bergamo, Paris Beauvais, Stockholm Arlanda, Tallinn in Estonia, and Sibiu in Romania.

Each of the services will run twice a week.

These new flights will give travellers more holiday destination options, as well as the recent relaxation of travel restrictions and cheaper lateral flow tests.

Robin Tudor, Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s Head of PR, said: “We’re delighted to see Ryanair continue to capitalise on the opportunities available from Liverpool and further grow their business here.”

“Ryanair continue to demonstrate their commitment to Liverpool and to passengers from across the North West and North Wales who can take advantage of the convenience of flying from Liverpool and jet off to a growing range of destinations as we continue to recover from the covid pandemic.”

The flights are available to book now and start from as little as £4.99 per person.

For more information, or to book, go to ryanair.co.uk


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