The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is increasing its offer around Easter. The carrier flies back to Porto from Berlin, Cologne / Bonn, Memmingen and Frankfurt am Main. From Germany's largest airport, the low-cost airline will also launch Valencia in Spain.
Ryanair writes in a media statement that there was a sharp increase in the number of bookings for the Easter break. The lowcoster also announced the increase in connections in the direction of Palma de Mallorca. Around Easter the company will Offer 200 additional flights to the Mediterranean island.
“We are pleased to be able to announce even more flights from Germany at Easter after the travel restrictions to Germany's most popular sunny destinations in Europe have been relaxed. Due to strong customer demand, we have added additional flights to Porto and Valencia from March 28th to mid-April, ”said Jason McGuiness, Commercial Director at Ryanair.
The additional Easter routes at a glance:
|send email now||Flights per week|
|Berlin postage||2 (+ 2)|
|Cologne / Bonn postage||1 (+ 1)|
|Frankfurt International Postage||2 (+ 2)|
|Frankfurt International-Valencia||2 (+ 2)|
|Memmingen postage||2 (+ 2)|