Next summer, low cost carrier, Ryanair, will launch exciting new routes as part of its summer schedule out of Manchester Airport.
The airline will operate services to Berlin, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Oslo Torp and Wroclaw.
What’s more, the airline is also increasing its capacity on its popular routes from Manchester to Alicante, Chania, Faro, Krakow, Lanzarote, Murcia, Palma, Rome, Tenerife and Zadar.
These new services are expected to appeal to both leisure and business travellers alike, as travellers want to fly from their local and/or neighbouring airport – the largest in the North West and third largest in the UK.
It’s a boost for the airport, especially given the capacity crisis in the South East and the delay in airport expansion – this has seen the airport have its strongest year ever with recording breaking passenger numbers, as airlines invest in the future of the airport by adding new services and increased capacity.
This will see the airline running 44 routes out of Manchester next year, in which it expects to flying 4.5 million passengers.