Monday 23rd of November 2015
Ryanair are adding to their growing roster of flights from Birmingham to a range of European destinations. New routes to Madrid and Verona have just been announced for their summer 2016 schedule and this is in addition to two earlier announcements, of Vilnius and Corfu also being added to the schedule for Birmingham in summer 2016.
In addition to these brand new routes there have also been extensions to some of the airline’s most popular routes from Birmingham, including a twice-daily service to Alicante, nine-times a week flights to Barcelona, six-times a day flights to Dublin, nine-times a week flights to Malaga, nine-times a week lights to Palma and three-times weekly flights to Malta. Travellers from Birmingham and the West Midlands will have plenty of choice when it comes to booking affordable summer breaks with the low-cost airline as the total number of routes from Birmingham with Ryanair for summer 2016 is 23 and this is over 118 different weekly flights. As well as leisure travellers many of these routes are handy for business travellers and they present plenty of options for anybody planning their travels from Birmingham over the summer.
Speaking on behalf of Ryanair, sales and marketing executive Lisa Buckley commented that there will be many improvements for customers aboard over the summer with improvements including everything from the new personalised website to ‘real customer destination reviews, improved menus, new cabin crew uniforms and new cabin interiors on board, with more to come.’