Ryanair Announces Bristol Winter Schedule With New Routes

Close-up of Ryanair 737 wingtip.
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Ryanair has today announced it’s plans for it’s base of operations in Bristol Airport for the upcoming Winter 2023/24 season.

The Irish low-cost carrier has been making a series of announcements over the last few weeks, with the most recent being for it’s Manchester & Birmingham bases.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Ryanair Announces Bristol Winter Schedule With New Routes…

Ryanair Announces Considerable Bristol Expansion
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As per Ryanair’s statement, Bristol Airport will see 25 routes operate on the Winter 2023/24 schedule, of which the following two are new for this period:

  • Porto
  • Venice

Increased frequencies will be applied to 10 existing routes, with the Irish low-cost carrier listing the likes of Alicante, Budapest, Lanzarote, Malaga and Sofia as some prime examples.

One additional aircraft will be based at Bristol Airport, meaning that the total will come to five units based there in an all-round $500m investment.

Such expansion will allow Ryanair to increase their passenger traffic to 2.1m per annum.

Expanding on this further was the airline’s Head of Communications, Jade Kirwan:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce more growth, investment and jobs for the South West with the launch of Ryanair’s Winter 23/24 schedule for Bristol.”

“With 25 routes for Winter, including our new Porto and Venice routes, as well as increased frequencies on another 10 popular winter sun destinations, like Alicante, Budapest, Lanzarote, Malaga and Sofia, our customers in the South West can avail of a wide range of winter destinations at Ryanair’s infamously low fares.”

“To support this growth, Ryanair will base another new aircraft at Bristol Airport for Winter 23/24, bringing our total fleet at Bristol Airport to 5 aircraft – a $500m investment supporting over 1,700 local jobs, including the creation of 30 new high-paid aviation jobs.”

All eyes are on the airline to see what other announcements will be made before we proceed further into the Winter 2023/24 season.

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