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Tuesday 25th of August 2015
Budget airline company Ryanair has announced the launch of a service between Cardiff Airport and Dublin Airport during the 2015 Rugby World Cup, which will see thousands of Rugby fans visit the Welsh capital. The airline made a statement announcing that it will operate more than 25 return flights in September and October, seasonal flights which the airline said have been “scheduled especially for the World Cup”. Ryanair currently only conducts one flight from Cardiff – a weekly return service to Tenerife.
The Rugby World Cup beings on 18th September, when England take on Fiji at the world-famous Twickenham Stadium in London. The highly-anticipated 2015 event features international teams from all over the globe, including Japan, Argentina, and Namibia, as well as the usual suspects such as Ireland, Wales, New Zealand, and South Africa. New Zealand are firm favourite to life the trophy, with bookmakers offering odds no higher than 7/5. England are second favourites at 5/1, and Wales are some way out, with odds as high as 25/1.
The event will be spread across England and Wales, with host cities including Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, Milton Keynes, and, of course, Rugby. Whichever match you plan on attending, there’s sure to be an Easirent Car Hire site nearby, so check out the list of branches on our website to discover which works best for you.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup final will take place on Saturday October 31st at Twickenham. For further information on travel and tickets, visit the event’s official website.