Ryanair launches two new routes from Manchester Airport in summer 2022

Ryanair has declared its 2022 summer months plan with two new locations traveling from Manchester airport. 

Vacation goers can fly to Vienna and Menorca from Manchester as section of the new scheme.

The airline has introduced 24 new routes from airports across the Uk in the summer time of 2022 and is celebrating the information with a flight sale. 

Slights to sunny hotspots these as Maderia and Zadar are accessible from £29.99 if booked prior to midnight on Thursday November 25 and travellers can book to fly till October 2022. 

Menorca (TripAdvisor)

In Oct, Ryanair declared two new weekly flights from Manchester to Lviv in Ukraine. 

The new summer season schedule will be the most sustainable and environmentally friendly the airline has provided to day, with 16 p.c a lot less gas and 4 percent additional seats on its B737-8200 plane. 

Air fares at Ryanair are set to boost by future summer due to diminished ability on planes, in accordance to Ryanair’s Director of Commercial, Jason McGuinness.

McGuiness reported: “We are happy to announce our United kingdom S’22 plan featuring our clients even more incredible European places.

“Pursuing two summers of on and off yet again journey limits, our British isles clients now have 24 new routes to pick from when booking their lengthy-awaited S’22 holidays.

“Regardless of whether preparing a enjoyable household getaway to the picturesque environment of Chania, an adventurous trip to the mountain hike trails of Madeira or a romantic town break to Milan, our S’22 plan will not disappoint.”

The full Ryanair Summer season 2022 scheudle: 

Birmingham

Zadar

Bournemouth

Bergerac

Zadar

Liverpool

Brussels Charleroi

Zadar

London Luton 

Burgas

Catania

Lublin

London Stanstead 

Menorca

Växjö

Maastricht Aachen

Örebro 

Madeira

Manchester

Vienna

Madeira

Newcastle

Chania

Fuerteventura

Ibiza

Gran Canaria

Menorca

Paphos

Riga

Zadar

Milan Bergamo

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