Ryanair has announced extra seats from Dublin to Liverpool for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023.
According to a statement published on Corporate.Ryanair.com, Ryanair will be offering more than 1,500 extra seats on its Dublin to Liverpool route for the Eurovision Song Contest, which takes place on 13 May at the M&S Bank Arena.
Extra flights will operate from Dublin to Liverpool at 14.00 on 9 May and at 12.05 on 12 May, with extra flights operating from Liverpool to Dublin at 19.05 and 21.50 on 14 May.
Statement By Ryanair Representative
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The statement published on Corporate.Ryanair.com quoted Dara Brady of Ryanair as saying, "We've had record bookings from Irish fans travelling to Liverpool this year for what is set to be an exciting Eurovision Song Contest 2023. To satisfy huge demand, we have added four extra return flights to our Dublin - Liverpool route. We encourage all fans to book their seat on Ryanair.com now to avoid disappointment."
New Ryanair UK Base
The above news follows news that Belfast International Airport, a member of the VINCI Airports network, is welcoming back Ryanair with a two-aircraft base, operating over 140 flights a week to 16 routes across Great Britain (GB) and Europe, including Budapest, Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Alicante, Malaga, Faro and Valencia.
Alongside the European destinations, Ryanair is operating flights to five GB destinations: London Stansted, Manchester, East Midlands, Cardiff and Edinburgh. These destinations will be some of the first to benefit from the UK Domestic Air Passenger Duty (APD) cut of 50%, applying from 1 April 2023.
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