• 7 Jan 2016, 13:48
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Ryanair announces new base at Belfast International Airport

Ryanair back in Belfast

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Ryanair is set to announce its return to Belfast this week – five years after the budget carrier pulled out of the city.

Ryanair today (7 Jan) launched a new service from London Gatwick to Belfast International, which will operate 4 times daily from March, as part of its Summer 2016 schedule, offering customers even more choice from London, as Ryanair grows by 60% at London Gatwick Airport.

In addition, Ryanair will increase its London Gatwick to Dublin service to 7 times daily from March, offering 18 daily return services in total between London and Dublin including Stansted (8 daily) and Luton (3 daily).

Ryanair’s London Gatwick Summer 2016 schedule will deliver:

  •          1 New route to Belfast International (4 daily)
  •          More flights to Dublin (5 to 7 daily)
  •          6 routes in total

Five other routes, which have yet to be announced, will follow in October.

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