Ryanair bases fifth Boeing 737 in Weeze

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The Ryanair subsidiary Malta Air will station a fifth Boeing 2023-737 at the German regional airport of Weeze in the 800 summer flight schedule. At the same time, four additional routes will be added: Castellon, Copenhagen, Seville and Rhodes.

“Ryanair will operate 35 routes to/from Düsseldorf Weeze this summer. The deployment of this fifth aircraft represents another $100 million investment in Düsseldorf Weeze and secures more than 1.200 jobs, including 150 high-paying jobs for pilots, crew members and engineers. Ryanair continues to grow, offering citizens/visitors to Dusseldorf and Weeze greater choice and greater reliability, while also promoting inbound traffic to the region,” said Annika Ledeboer, Ryanair's Country Manager DACH & Nordics.

Weeze Airport Director Sebastian Pabst adds: “We are very pleased that the fifth Ryanair aircraft will be stationed at our airport. Our German and Dutch guests will now have an even greater choice of attractive destinations”.

New winglet (Photo: Ryanair).
New winglet (Photo: Ryanair).