Ryanair announces its 2022 summer schedule from Bordeaux
RYANAIR ANNOUNCES ITS BIGGEST SCHEDULE YET FOR BORDEAUX WITH AN ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT ($100-MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT) AND 11 NEW ROUTES (42 IN ALL)
2 March: Ryanair, Europe’s leading airline, unveiled its biggest ever summer schedule from Bordeaux Airport today, which includes 11 new routes to exciting destinations such as Malta, Zadar and Trapani. With an additional aircraft for summer 2022 (an extra investment of $100 million), the Bordeaux-based Ryanair fleet will now consist of 3 aircraft, for an investment of more than $300 million, thus boosting regional connectivity, tourism and local employment.
Ryanair’s 2022 summer schedule brings to Bordeaux:
With 11 new destinations (42 in all), the vastest summer schedule ever to be created for Bordeaux Airport will drive the recovery of incoming tourism after two years of travel restrictions, and provide a vital boost to local businesses. This unprecedented offer will enhance regional connections to some of Europe’s finest destinations, in addition to providing a wider choice of holiday options, to city, sun, sea and numerous other leisure destinations.
Efficient operations and competitive airport fees form the bedrock of Ryanair’s long-term growth in traffic and enhanced connectivity. With more than 40 destinations out of Bordeaux to choose from, passengers can book a well-deserved getaway at the lowest fares to exciting destinations such as Edinburgh, Ibiza, Prague or Fez, and discover new routes including Zadar, Malta, Pisa, Trapani, Santiago de Compostela, Alghero, Barcelona, Birmingham, Brindisi, Rome Fiumicino and Madrid.
A word from Dara Brady, Marketing Director of Ryanair:
“Ryanair is delighted to be adding a new aircraft to Bordeaux, which represents a $100-million-dollar investment (for a total of $300 million) and will enable us to offer the largest summer timetable ever programmed for Bordeaux airport. This will result in enhanced connectivity and more than 120 flights weekly on 42 new routes, including 11 routes to Zadar, Malta, Pisa, Trapani, Santiago de Compostela, Alghero, Barcelona, Birmingham, Brindisi, Rome Fiumicino and Madrid.
Efficient operations and competitive airport fees form the bedrock of Ryanair’s long-term growth in traffic and enhanced connectivity. We’ve been working closely with our partners at Bordeaux Airport to secure this growth and improve services for people living and working in the region, as well as visitors. The opening of 11 new routes to and from Bordeaux reinforces our commitment to improving connectivity, travel options and incoming tourism for the region. Ryanair has now boosted its capacity towards the Bordeaux region by 42% compared to the pre-pandemic period.
We’re offering our customers and visitors from Bordeaux the chance to book their summer getaway at the lowest possible fares with the launch of tickets starting from €19.99 for flights from March to October, if they book by 4 March at the latest. These incredibly low fares will disappear fast, so customers should go to www.ryanair.com not to miss out.”
Simon Dreschel, Chairman of the Board of Bordeaux Airport:
“We are delighted to support the growth in Ryanair’s activity at Bordeaux Airport, and the announcement of a third based aircraft at the airport will allow us the rebuild our route network. This confirms the development and economic vibrancy of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine market. Ryanair’s vast summer schedule supports our aim to improve regional connectivity to a multitude of new destinations. It will contribute to recovery in terms of tourism, business and cultural exchange.”
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