Ryanair has announced three new routes from Dublin to Europe, with the first route (Dublin to Naples) launching this week.
The low-cost airline’s new twice-weekly service to Naples, which will run year-round, is the first of three new routes being launched by Ryanair this winter.
Ryanair is also launching a new year-round double daily service to Munich and a daily service to Stuttgart in the coming weeks.
Speaking about the new routes, Dublin Airport’s Managing Director, Vincent Harrison, said: “We are delighted to see Ryanair expand its services further from Dublin Airport providing greater choice and flexibility for customers.
“Naples is a beautiful city steeped in culture and I have no doubt it will be a popular choice for passengers over the winter months.”
He added: “We will work closely with Ryanair to help promote these new services and look forward to celebrating new summer services to Paphos in Cyrus and Marrakech in Morocco in 2018.”
Commenting at the launch of its new Dublin to Naples service, Senior Sales and Marketing Manager of Ryanair, Chiara Ravara, said: “Winter is here and we’re pleased to celebrate the launch of our new Dublin route to Naples, with a twice weekly service.
“This is the 9th Ryanair route between Dublin and Italy and customers and visitors can choose from 69 Dublin routes in total this winter, including our exciting new routes to Naples and Munich.”
For more information and to book your flights, visit www.ryanair.com.