LONDON – Irish low-cost giant Ryanair has released an announcement for six new routes out of London Gatwick for summer season 2023.
The 2023 London schedule for Ryanair will deliver 57 based aircraft and a $5.7 billion investment in London and SES tourism.
Announcing its new summer 2023 schedule, Ryanair will now see over 180 routes operated out of London Gatwick, Stansted and Luton, with 6 new routes to Asturias, Belfast, Cornwall, Edinburgh, Klagenfurt and Leipzig.
Additionally, over 3,000 flights per week are to be operated out of and in to the three London airports already mentioned.
The increase in flights marks a 10% growth compared to the summer season 2022, offering London customers or visitors an incredible choice of the cheapest fares when booking the 2023 summer holiday.
The growth is pinned under the $5.7 billion investment by Ryanair for the London sector, supporting over 1,600 crew and engineering jobs and basing 57 aircraft.
For the summer season 2023, Stansted will see Edinburgh, Belfast, Asturias, Leipzig, Cornwall and Klagenfurt as new routes, with the frequencies being:
- London (STN) – Edinburgh (EDI)
- 3 times daily
- London (STN) – Belfast (BFS)
- 2 times daily
- London (STN) – Asturias (OVD)
- 3 times weekly
- London (STN) – Leipzig (LEJ)
- 3 times weekly
- London (STN) – Cornwall (NQY)
- 3 times weekly
- London (STN) – Klagenfurt (KLU)
- 2 times weekly
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary, stated: “Ryanair is pleased to bring even more choice to London citizens and visitors for Summer ‘23.”
“Our schedule has grown 10% on last Summer, with 3,000 weekly flights scheduled across 180+ routes, incl. 6 new sunshine destinations and increased frequencies on 30+ other popular routes like Berlin, Malaga, Mallorca, Nantes and Palma.”
“While the halving of APD on domestic flights from Apr ‘23 has allowed Ryanair to add more domestic routes to our UK schedule for Summer ’23 – incl. London Stansted to Belfast, Cornwall and Edinburgh,”
“If we are to continue to grow and drive traffic/tourism recovery for the UK, Prime Minister Sunak should immediately scrap APD for all travel and provide incentives for airlines like Ryanair to stimulate growth and recovery for the UK, including London.”
Expansion from Cork – Biggest ever schedule
As previously made known, Ryanair has been hard at work in announcing new routes and even greater expansions out of scheduled Summer bases for the 2023 season. Some time back, Ryanair announced their biggest ever schedule out of Cork airport for the season.
As part of that announcement, Ryanair will base three aircraft at Cork, to serve 270 flights per week across 29 routes, including new services to Italy, Spain and the UK, marking an increase of 20% in capacity growth.
Ryanair’s biggest-ever Cork schedule will provide its southern customers with recession-busting fares across an extensive selection of sunny holiday destinations and European city break destinations next summer.
Moreover, it will continue to promote important regional development, through Ryanair’s support of over 1,300 local jobs and delivery of even greater connectivity for local businesses and European holidaymakers.
The routes out of Cork are as follows:
- Alicante – Increase to 4 times weekly
- Faro – Increase to 8 times weekly
- Liverpool – Increase to 6 times weekly
- Palma – Increase to 5 times weekly
- La Rochelle – New route with unknown frequency
- Rome – New route with unknown frequency
- Seville – New route with unknown frequency
- Venice – New route with unknown frequency
- East Midlands – New route with unknown frequency