Five new European routes take off from Dublin

[ Friday, 26th January 2007 ]
Ryanair has started flights to Billund (Denmark) and Rzeszow (Poland), together with Almeria, Seville and Vitoria in Spain, from Dublin. Ryanair said it also plans to open nine more routes from the Irish capital by the end of April.

The no-frills giant will operate two flights a week to Almeria and Rzeszow, three flights a week to Seville and four flights a week to Billund and Vitoria. On the Seville route, Ryanair will go head to head against its fierce rival Aer Lingus, which offers two flights a week to the southern Spanish hot spot.

Ryanair communications chief, Peter Sherrard, said: “Ryanair now serves 11 Spanish destinations and seven Polish destinations from Dublin. Today’s new route to Billund is also the first low fare route between Ireland and Denmark.”