Cardiff Celebrates New Alicante & Tenerife Routes with Ryanair

Cardiff Celebrates New Alicante & Tenerife Routes with Ryanair
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Cardiff Airport has today celebrated two brand new routes from Ryanair which will begin operating in Summer 2024, being Alicante & Tenerife.

Services to Malaga will also be increased, with Faro & Dublin remaining on the roster for this from the Irish low-cost carrier.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Cardiff Celebrates New Alicante & Tenerife Routes with Ryanair…

Cardiff Celebrates New Alicante & Tenerife Routes with Ryanair
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Commenting on the launch of the Summer 2024 season by Ryanair out of Cardiff was the airport’s CEO Spencer Birns:

“It is fantastic Ryanair is choosing to add more choice for customers living in Wales to fly from their National airport.”

“This exciting development will see Ryanair offering 26 weekly flights through our airport facilities and we look forward to being able to welcome passengers on these services from next spring.”

Ryanair has continued to make strong gains within the UK market, most notably recently announcing the launch of a new base in Norwich.

December also saw the Irish low-cost carrier formally launch it’s UK Summer network for 2024, with tickets on sale now.

A staggering 37 million seats are on offer for UK passengers.

The Irish low-cost carrier continues to grow in the country, and has been able to provide vital links both domestically and into Europe too.

Commenting on the 37 million seats on offer for UK passengers was the airline’s Head of Communications, Jade Kirwan:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce our summer 2024 schedule with over 37 million seats available for our UK customers across a host of amazing destinations.”

“So, if you’re looking to soak up some well-deserved sun this summer, you won’t be disappointed with the unbeatable selection of destinations we have on offer at the lowest fares in Europe.”

“With fares starting from just £31.99, customers should visit now and book early to make sure they secure the best possible price – future you will thank you for it.”

All eyes will be on Ryanair to see how the Summer 2024 season goes next year.

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