Ryanair adds more Gatwick services for the winter
The Ireland-based carrier has announced four new European services based at Gatwick.
Airport news for Gatwick,Flights on 23/08/2010.
Rynair, the Ireland-based budget carrier, is adding another four routes to Europe out of Gatwick Airport. Starting on 31 October, Rynair will operate services between Gatwick and Bologna, Milan, Faro, Bergamo and Porto. The existing Gatwick to Oslo Rygge service will also get a boost, the number of flights increasing to ten per week. Ryanair recently said it would launch a new service to Plovdiv in Bulgaria. The service to Plovdiv commences 2 November, with flights available Tuesdays and Saturdays for the winter season.
While launching its new winter services at Gatwick, Ryanair is also launching a range of better prices. To go with the launch of its new European routes out of Gatwick, Ryanair offered 500,000 seats across Europe priced at only £8. These seats were available up until 19 August but Ryanair has just announced it is cutting prices on flights from Stansted Airport to a string of winter holiday destinations.
The new special prices have been announced on routes to Cuneo, Grenoble, Lourdes, Salzburg and Turin. All of these winter destinations are conveniently-located for reaching ski resorts. Prices for these services start as cheap as £24.99 for a one-way flight to Turin, including extra fees. Seats to Grenoble are priced at just £38.99 one-way, including extra charges.
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