Ryanair Announces Addition Of 6,000 Extra Seats For Six Nations 2022
Ryanair has announced the addition of 6,000 extra seats for Six Nations 2022.
In a statement published on corportate.ryanair.com, Ryanair said, "Ryanair, Europe's no.1 airline, has today (14 Dec) added an additional 6,000 seats for Six Nations supporters travelling to the 2022 Championship matches. In view of the growing demand for travel to England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy throughout the tournament, Ryanair has upped its seat availability between 4th February to 20th March '22 to a whopping 30,000 seats across all matches!
"Flights for the Six Nations matches are now available to book at Ryanair.com. And with strong demand already building ahead of the Wales vs Ireland kick-off match on Saturday, 5th February, they are expected to sell fast, so rugby fans should book now to avoid missing out."
Ryanair added, "Ryanair's Director of Marketing, Dara Brady, said, 'After a year of playing behind closed doors, it is great to see that the Six Nations is back this Feb and we are delighted to announce over 6,000 extra seats for rugby fans travelling to the event. With this year's tournament set to be one of the biggest yet, thousands of fans have already booked their seats with Ryanair to see their nations play. To facilitate the growing demand, we've scheduled additional flights across all matches to ensure fans can travel to cheer on their country while flying on the lowest fares.
"'Seats are selling fast so fans are urged to log on to the Ryanair.com website and book their match day getaway today.'"
"RYANAIR'S 6 NATIONS RUGBY EXTRAS
|"Ireland v Wales, Saturday 5th February|
|4th February||Cardiff – Dublin||08:30am, 14:30pm, 21:25pm|
|5th February||Dublin – Cardiff||20:00pm|
|6th February||Dublin – Cardiff||11:25am, 13:50pm|
|France v Ireland, Saturday 12th February|
|11th February||Dublin to Paris Beauvais||12:00pm|
|12th February||Dublin to Paris Beauvais||07:10am|
|13th February||Paris Beauvais to Dublin||16:00pm|
|Italy v England, Sunday 13th February|
|11th February||London Stansted to Ciampino||08:55am|
|11th February||Manchester to Ciampino||12:45pm|
|12th February||London Stansted to Fiumicino||16:35pm|
|13th February||London Stansted to Ciampino||06:35am|
|14th February||Ciampino to London Stansted||11:15am|
|14th February||Fiumicino to London Stansted||15:10pm|
|Scotland v France, Saturday 26th February|
|25th February||Paris Beauvais to Edinburgh||10:05am|
|27th February||Edinburgh to Paris Beauvais||18:40pm|
|Italy v Scotland, Saturday 12th March|
|11th March||Edinburgh to Ciampino||09:20am, 16:55pm|
|13th March||Ciampino to Edinburgh||11:50am|
|13th March||Fiumicino to Edinburgh||16:55pm|
|Ireland v Scotland, Saturday 19th March|
|18th March||Edinburgh to Dublin||13:30pm, 22:35pm|
|18th March||Glasgow to Dublin||22:00pm, 23:00pm|
|19th March||Edinburgh to Dublin||10:30am|
|19th March||Glasgow to Dublin||07:25am|
|19th March||Dublin to Edinburgh||22:15pm|
|19th March||Dublin to Glasgow||22:05pm|
|20th March||Dublin to Edinburgh||13:40pm, 14:35pm|
|20th March||Dublin to Glasgow||17:35pm, 22:00pm"|
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