Ryanair has announced that it is increasing the number of services that it operates from Shannon Airport to Manchester from five per week to six per week.
The extra service will operate on Tuesdays, starting on Tuesday March 31.
"A Vote Of Confidence"
In a statement on Shannon Airport's website, the airport's managing director, Andrew Murphy, said, "The decision by Ryanair to expand its Manchester service is a vote of confidence in the region by the airline and will further enhance our offering to our customers, adding an additional 12,000 seats on this popular route in the peak season.
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"We are also delighted to have the Lauda twice-weekly Vienna services on our summer schedule starting on 1st April this year, a service that will boost business for our tourism industry along the Wild Atlantic Way. We look forward to working closely with Ryanair and its sister company, Lauda, to make the expanded Manchester and new Vienna service a success."
Ryanair also announced that it will begin operating a new twice-weekly service from Kerry to Manchester in March.
Additionally, the airline announced a new daily service from Manchester to Copenhagen and a new time four-times-weekly service from Manchester to Paris Beauvais.
In a statement on Ryanair's website, Ryanair's Eimear Ryan said, "Ryanair is pleased to announce three new Manchester routes to Copenhagen, Kerry and Paris Beauvais, commencing in March, which will operate daily, twice weekly and four times weekly, respectively, as part of our summer 2020 schedule. Customers in Manchester can now book flights to Copenhagen, Kerry and Paris Beauvais as far out as October 2020."
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