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Friday 26th of February 2016
Ryanair has announced three brand new routes from Manchester Airport to Germany, which will commence at the start of November this year. The routes, which will fly passengers from Manchester to Berlin, Hamburg and Nuremburg, have recently gone on sale to the public for as little as £19.99 including taxes.
The three new routes will operate daily from November 2016, and passengers can expect to see improvements to the interior of the aircraft as Ryanair commences on a complete renovation of its fleet. As part of Ryanair’s ‘Always Getting Better’ programme, passengers can look forward to brand new aircraft interiors, new staff uniforms and a range of new routes.
Ken O’Toole, managing director of Manchester Airport commented on the new routes:
“It is hugely positive to see Ryanair expanding its offering from Manchester Airport. Nuremberg is an important business destination for the region and it is pleasing to be able to support companies who operate in that part of the world – or are looking to do so in the future – with a new direct service.
Hamburg and Berlin are also strong business destinations, which will strengthen Ryanair’s offering from Manchester. I am sure all of the three routes will also prove popular with leisure passengers looking for a European city break. We will continue to work to grow our route network and connect the North with key business and leisure destinations across the world.”