Six new routes have been added to Ryanair’s summer 2023 timetable out of Stansted.
Asturias, Belfast, Cornwall (Newquay), Edinburgh, Klagenfurt, and Leipzig are among the new locations.
The airline will fly to Belfast twice daily, Edinburgh three times daily, Klagenfurt twice weekly, and the other new destinations three times weekly.
The extra routes increase the airline’s overall summer 2023 operation from Stansted, Gatwick, and Luton airports to 180 destinations.
According to Ryanair, there will be 3,000 weekly flights, a 10% increase from summer 2022.
Michael O’Leary, the company’s CEO, said: “Our schedule has grown 10% on last summer, with 3,000 weekly flights scheduled across more than 180 routes, including six new sunshine destinations and increased frequencies on 30 other popular routes like Berlin, Malaga, Majorca, Nantes and Palma.”
O’Leary continued by pleading with the government to abolish air passenger duty (APD), claiming that a 50% reduction on domestic flights beginning in April will not be sufficient to “boost traffic and tourist recovery from the UK.”
“While the halving of APD on domestic flights from April 2023 has allowed Ryanair to add more domestic routes to our UK schedule for summer 2023, if we are to continue to grow and drive traffic and tourism recovery from 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,” he said.
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