Bournemouth Airport: Summer Starts, Ryanair Schedules Winter ’25

Exterior view of Bournemouth Airport.
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Ryanair’s winter schedule is now available for booking at Bournemouth Airport, offering flights up to March 2025.

This includes an exciting new addition: year-round service to Agadir, Morocco! Thousands of seats are on sale now via Ryanair’s website, making it easier than ever to plan a winter escape.

Winter Destinations: Beyond Morocco

Bournemouth boasts a diverse range of winter destinations beyond the sunny shores of Morocco. Passengers can choose from popular spots like Alicante, Edinburgh, Faro, Gran Canaria, Krakow, Lanzarote, Malaga, Malta, Tenerife, and Wroclaw.

Bournemouth Airport anticipates welcoming over a million passengers this year, thanks to a record-breaking 38 destinations across 19 countries available in the 2024/25 schedule.

Steve Gill, Airport Managing Director, expressed his enthusiasm: “We’re thrilled to see Ryanair’s winter schedule available for booking and delighted to extend flights to Agadir throughout the winter months.”

Jet2 Takes Flight in 2025

The good news continues for 2025. and Jet2holidays will join the party next year, offering flights to 16 destinations. Bournemouth has been chosen as their 12th UK base, solidifying the airport’s growing importance.

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Summer Bournemouth Skies

Ryanair currently reigns supreme as Bournemouth’s biggest operator, offering a total of 20 destinations this summer.

TUI follows closely with 14 destinations, recently adding a second aircraft and 60,000 extra seats to their network.

The summer season is now officially underway at Bournemouth Airport. May traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday rush, and this year is no exception.

Passengers can expect a wave of flights taking off to popular European, Mediterranean, and Canary Island destinations in the coming weeks.

Bournemouth Airport, recognized as one of the top three UK airports for customer service in 2023, boasts a record-breaking 37 destinations across 19 countries for 2024.

With more seats available than ever before, the airport anticipates exceeding the one-million-passenger mark for the first time since 2008.

TUI Expands and Offers Year-Round Options

Tour operator TUI has doubled down on Bournemouth, adding a second aircraft and 60,000 seats this summer.

They offer flights to various destinations, including Corfu, Crete, Kefalonia, Rhodes, Zante, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Menorca, Antalya, and Dalaman.

Additionally, TUI provides year-round service to Tenerife and offers flights to Majorca and Paphos starting in March.

A TUI Airlines Boeing 737 touches down.
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Ryanair’s Diverse Summer Offerings

Ryanair complements TUI’s offerings with 20 destinations. This summer, they’ve launched new flights to Zadar, Bergerac, Carcassonne, and Nantes.

Additionally, they’ve extended seasonal services to Budapest, Venice, Girona, Majorca, and Murcia, running until late October.

Passengers can also enjoy year-round service to popular destinations like Malta, Krakow, Wroclaw, Faro, Edinburgh, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Malaga, and Tenerife.

Looking Ahead for Bournemouth Airport

With continued growth and significant investments in facilities, Bournemouth Airport is positioned for an even brighter future.

The addition of and Jet2holidays next year with 16 new destinations further solidifies the airport’s importance as a major travel hub in the UK.

Steve Gill, Managing Director of Bournemouth Airport gave comment on behalf of the airport recently.

“The airport continues to go from strength to strength, with TUI’s second aircraft based here this summer, new routes from Ryanair and the arrival of Jet2 next year all offering even more choice to local people.”

“I would like to thank everyone who has chosen the travel with us this year and we look forward to welcoming you to Bournemouth Airport.”

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