Ryanair Adds 1.6m Extra Seats for Christmas 2023 Period

Ryanair Adds 1.6m Extra Seats for Christmas 2023 Period
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Yesterday saw Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair announce the addition of an extra 1.6m seats across 660 routes for the Christmas 2023 period.

It is understood that the seats added are for the period between December 15 this year to January 8 next year.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Ryanair Adds 1.6m Extra Seats for Christmas 2023 Period…

Ryanair Adds 1.6m Extra Seats for Christmas 2023 Period
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Commenting on the addition of seats for the Christmas 2023 period was Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Jade Kirwan:

“Ryanair is delighted to announce an early Christmas present for our customers with the addition of 1.6 million seats for Dec 23 and Jan 24 in response to strong Christmas demand.”

As Europe’s No.1 airline for low fares and reliability, we are delighted to see that customers are booking Ryanair in the confidence that we are best placed to get them home to their loved ones safely, on time and at fares that won’t break the Secret Santa budget, as we have been doing for the past 38 years now.

“So, whether you are heading home for a quiet Christmas, hitting the slopes, or swapping snow for some winter sun, make sure to get ahead and secure the best fare available by visiting the Ryanair app/ website and booking your Ryanair Christmas flights today.”

Whilst Ryanair didn’t list the 660 routes, this is a big boost that shows the level of demand that is expected over the busy period, as families will be heading home to see loved ones.

All eyes are on the carrier to see how the Winter 2023/24 season will fare for them.

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