Ryanair has launched the UK’s biggest winter schedule.
Irish airlines have announced that they will operate more than 3,000 daily flights to and from 21 UK airports this winter.
This opens up 21 new routes from Stansted to destinations such as Finnish Lapland. From Liverpool to Rome, Italy. From Birmingham to Stockholm, Sweden. And from Edinburgh to Grenoble, France.
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said at a press conference in London:
“This winter, Ryanair will offer UK customers lower fares as it operates a full schedule of over 3,000 flights daily with many new routes and unbeatable value for UK consumers and their families. and more secure winter travel plans.”
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He advised Johnson’s successor to “get rid of them all.”
Asked at a press conference in central London how the new prime minister could help the aviation industry, O’Leary said Britain’s home secretary Pretty Patel was “incapable” and said that Grant Shaps transport He said there would be “no loss” in removing him from his position as secretary. ”.
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