Depite recent service cancelations in the North of Ireland, Ryanair has launched four new Dublin routes as part of its Summer 2020 schedule.
The new routes are to Marseille in France, Palanga in Lithuania, Podgorica in Montenegro and Verona in Italy.
Ryanair also announced two new summer services from Dublin to Billund in Denmark and Toulouse in France.A new service from Cork to Katowic in Poland was also announced today by the airline. The new routes bring Ryanair’s total routes from Ireland to 160.
Despite occasional negative PR, consumers should be aware that Ryanair do deserve credit for the service they are providing and signifantly at the price offered. Ryanair’s Irish Summer 2020 schedule will deliver:
4 new routes: Marseille (5 per week), Palanga (3), Podgorica (2) & Verona (3)
2 new summer services: Billund (2), Toulouse (daily)
More flights on 4 other routes: Bristol (3 daily), Bydgoszcz (3), Riga (daily) & Vilnius (4)
105 routes in total
14.3m customers p.a.
10,725* “on-site” jobs p.a.
15 routes in total
775,000 customers p.a.
580* “on-site” jobs p.a.
1 new summer service to Katowice (2)
More flights on 2 other routes: Malaga (6) & Palma (4)
23 routes in total
1.2m customers p.a.
900* “on-site” jobs p.a.
11 routes in total
600,000 customers p.a
450* “on-site” jobs p.a.
6 routes in total
310,000 customers p.a.
210* “on-site” jobs p.a.