Ryanair has today launched two new routes for passengers travelling from Ireland to France and Spain.
The airline announced today that it will launch twice-weekly Dublin to Bordeaux and Shannon to Ibiza services in April 2019.
Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “Ryanair is pleased to announce a new Shannon route to Ibiza, commencing in April 2019, which will operate twice-weekly as part of our Summer 2019 schedule.
"To celebrate we are offering up to 25% off on over 1 million seats for travel from October to February.
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Welcoming the announcement Andrew Murphy, Managing Director, Shannon Airport said: “2018 has been our best year in over a decade at Shannon but from a planning perspective we have very much moved onto 2019 and this is a really good boost for the airport.
"It comes off the back of Ryanair going year-round from next month on its Alicante service and the introduction of its Barcelona-Reus service this summer. Ibiza is a hugely popular destination for holidaymakers and will mean that next year we will have eight services to Spanish sun holiday destinations.”
Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said: “We are delighted to welcome another new route announcement from Ryanair and we’re really pleased to see its route network expanding from Dublin Airport.
Bordeaux is a wonderful region in France famous for its gastronomy, wine and history so I have no doubt this route will be a popular choice next summer.
"We wish Ryanair every success with this new service.”