Ryanair to open a new base at Madeira airport. The airline will operate 10 new routes from this Portuguese region to European cities.
Ryanair yesterday (23rd Nov) announced the opening of its fifth base in Portugal with 2 new based aircraft and 10 new routes – connecting Madeira with mainland Portugal and with 6 other European countries, positioning the region as a leading tourism destination.
NEW SUMMER ‘22 ROUTES TO MADEIRA
Ryanair’s CEO Eddie Wilson said:
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new base in Madeira, which will deliver increased connectivity with 2 based aircraft and 40 weekly flights across 10 new routes, connecting Madeira with cities such as London, Paris, Dublin, Milan and Manchester on a year round basis. This $200m investment will not only boost Portugal’s economy by driving vital tourism but will also create more than 60 direct jobs in the region and over 400 on-site jobs in Madeira.
Ryanair will operate over 160 Portuguese routes next Summer (over twice as many as TAP), to 15 countries, making Ryanair Portugal’s number one carrier for choice, fares and on time performance. To celebrate, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from €29.99 for travel next Summer, which must be booked by Thursday 25th November. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto ryanair.com now to avoid missing out.
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