Ryanair to expand Leeds Bradford operations
Ryanair to expand Leeds Bradford operations - Leeds Bradford Airport News
Airport news for Leeds Bradford on 13/08/2009.
The no-frills airline has announced that it will locate two aircraft at Leeds Bradford, and increase services at the airport to a total of 17 routes, on which it will operate 63 return flights each week.
New routes to be serviced from Leeds Bradford include Carcassonne, Faro, Ibiza, Knock, Krakow, Limoges, Malaga, Malta, Montpellier, Murcia, Nantes, Palma, Pisa and Venice Treviso.
Currently, the Dublin-based no-frills carrier operates service from Leeds Bradford Airport to Alicante, Dublin and Girona.
To celebrate the launch the new Leeds Bradford routes, Ryan has released a million seats priced at £5 seats, good for travel throughout its European network, on travel in October and November of this year. Bookings to secure this fare must be made by midnight Thursday 13 August.
At the same time, Ryanair is boosting service from Bristol International Airport, adding flights to Malaga, commencing on 26 October. Airfares are on offer starting from £10 one way, which is inclusive of taxes. The Malaga flights will operate on a four-times-weekly basis – on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.
In addition, the budget carrier recently announced that it was adding other services from Bristol, including flights to Arrecife, on Lanzarote, to Las Palmas, on Gran Canaria and to Tenerife South – all scheduled to commence this October.