Ryanair To Fly To Six New Destinations From Budapest

  • 29 Nov 2018 7:33 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Ryanair To Fly To Six New Destinations From Budapest
Ryanair will begin flights linking Budapest to six new destinations in its 2019 summer schedule, regional spokeswoman of the low-cost airline Olga Pawlonka announced in Budapest on Tuesday.

From the end of March, passengers may fly twice weekly with Ryanair from Budapest directly to Bari, Cagliari, Rimini, Cork, Sevilla and Thessaloniki.

Two new Boeing 787-800 aircraft will be based in Budapest to service the extra routes, to be added to the present fleet of four planes.

With the new routes, Ryanair will offer 39 destinations in 15 countries.

The airline expects to carry 3 million passengers in and out of Hungary next year, a 13% annual increase.

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