Ryanair New Holiday Destination Flights

This winter, Ryanair is expanding its services with the addition of seven new routes from its trio of London airports. In addition, the budget airline will enhance its flight offerings on 30 existing routes departing from Stansted, Luton, and Gatwick.

According to reports from The Times, these seven fresh routes encompass Belfast, Basel, Ouarzazate in Morocco, Poprad in Slovakia, Tirana, Treviso, and Vigo.

Treviso, situated in northeastern Italy, is renowned for its historical palaces, charming canals, and its proximity to the Veneto Prosecco region.

Meanwhile, Ouarzazate (feature photo), a town located just south of Morocco’s High Atlas mountains, has become a favored destination for Hollywood movie studios due to its breathtaking scenery.

Alternatively, you can journey to Poprad in Slovakia, nestled at the foot of the country’s High Tatras Mountains.

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary noted that although airfares have remained notably higher than pre-Covid levels, the airline is considering the possibility of reducing ticket prices to stimulate demand. He emphasized the challenges many people are facing and suggested that fare reductions might be necessary.

On a less positive note, O’Leary revealed that Ryanair would have to scale back its winter schedule in various locations due to delays in receiving new Boeing 737 planes. This will result in a reduction in the number of aircraft based at several airports across Europe, including East Midlands Airport, Dublin Airport, Charleroi Airport in Belgium, and various Italian airports such as Bergamo, Naples, and Pisa. Aircraft reductions will also occur at East Midlands Airport in the UK, Porto in Portugal, and Cologne, Germany.