• 7 May 2021, 12:05
  • João

Ryanair opens a new base and launches 16 new routes from Denmark!

The Irish low cost airline announced a new base in Billund, Denmark, with two new aircraft and a total of 69 flights weekly, including 16 new routes across Europe from October!

According to Ryanair, operations between Billund and 16 new destinations in Spain, Italy, Belgium, UK, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Romania, Estoania and Lithuania are scheduled to start next October.

We are delighted to announce the opening of our base in Billund, which will deliver increased connectivity with two based aircraft from October ‘21. This development will create over 60 direct jobs and offer our Danish customers a host of European destinations to choose from this winter, with 26 routes in total including 16 new connections to the likes of Brussels Charleroi, Seville, Tallinn and Wroclaw – Ryanair’s CEO, Eddie Wilson

New routes:

✈ Billund – Barcelona (2x week)

✈ Billund – Bologna (2x week)

✈ Billund –Brussels Charleroi (3x week)

✈ Billund – Edinburgh (2x week)

✈ Billund – Gothenburg (3x week)

✈ Billund – Gdansk (2x week)

✈ Billund – Milan Bergamo (2x week)

✈ Billund – Memmingen (2x week)

✈ Billund – Poznan (2x week)

✈ Billund – Rome Ciampino (2x week)

✈ Billund – Sibiu (2x week)

✈ Billund – Tallinn (2x week)

✈ Billund – Seville (2x week)

✈ Billund – Venice Treviso (2x week)

✈ Billund – Vilnius (2x week)

✈ Billund – Wroclaw (2x week)

Baggage policy:
Priority Boarding passengers: 2 free carry-on bags (1 cabin bag 55 × 40 × 20 cm, up to 10 kg plus 1 small bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)
Non-priority passengers: 1 small carry-on bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)


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