Ryanair to fly to nine new destinations, increase flight frequency on three routes

Ryanair has launched its Summer 2016 schedule, adding nine new routes and increasing the ferquency of flights to three destinations

Ryanair will begin flying to nine new destinations and increasing the frequency of flights to three UK destinations next summer.

The budget airline launched its Summer 2016 schedule today, which it expects will draw over 400,000 new customers, making up 1.5 million passengers a year.

The new schedule will see three based aircraft and a $100 million investment, and will create 1,155 on-site jobs in Malta.

The new routes are Baden, Berlin, Cologne and Dusseldorf in Germany, twice a week, Gdansk and Poznan in Poland, twice a week, Manchester in the UK, three times a week, Rome in Italy, daily, and Budapest in Hungary, twice weekly.

Current flights to three cities in the UK will be increased – Birmingham to three flights weekly, Edinburgh to five flights weekly and a daily flight to London.

Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme has also promised new bases, a personalized website, a new app, an overhaul of cabin interiors, crew uniforms and inflight menus.

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