Ryanair to open Seville base

Ryanair has announced it would open its 44th base at Seville in November this year.

The airline will base two aircraft and 29 routes in Seville, offering more than 250 weekly return flights to/from Seville in an investment worth more than €109m in the airport.

Ryanair’s 10 new routes from Bari, Eindhoven, London Gatwick, Marseille, Palma, Paris, Santiago, Valencia, Venice Treviso, and Zaragoza will increase Ryanair’s traffic at Seville to 1.5m passengers per year.

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