Ryanair Announces New Route Between Shannon And Gran Canaria
Ryanair has announced a new route between Shannon Airport and Gran Canaria. Shannon Group Statement A statement published on Shannon Airport's website said, "Shannon Group, who operate Shannon Airpo...
Ryanair has announced a new route between Shannon Airport and Gran Canaria.
Shannon Group Statement
A statement published on Shannon Airport's website said, "Shannon Group, who operate Shannon Airport, has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair of a new service to Gran Canaria (Las Palmas). The new service starts on 7th August and will operate once a week until the end of October. This is the third new service announcement for Shannon Airport."
Shannon Group CEO Statement
In a statement also published on Shannon Airport's website, Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine said, "As we rebuild from the devastation of the pandemic, this is a positive announcement for the region. Ryanair is a valued airline partner of Shannon and this latest announcement, following on from the new Corfu and Turin services, is great news.
"We have been working closely with Ryanair as we look to an anticipated recovery in demand on foot of the rollout of the EU Digital COVID Certificates and the acceleration of the vaccination programme across Europe. These new services are part of Ryanair's commitment to reopen its Shannon base which is very welcome.
"After a hugely challenging year, and with [July 19's] lifting of restrictions for international travel, we look forward to a busier airport with 17 routes to offer our customers.”
Ryanair's Shannon Airport Schedule For 2021
Shannon Airport added on its website, "Ryanair's schedule for 2021 will deliver:
- 17 routes
- Among these, three new routes to Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), Corfu and Turin
- Ryanair routes from Shannon Airport to the following destinations in 2021 are: Barcelona-Reus, Stansted, Gatwick, Kaunas, Krakow, Wroclaw, Warsaw, Manchester, Faro, Lanzarote, Malaga, Palma, Tenerife, Alicante, Corfu, Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), and Turin (from December '21)."
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