Ryanair launches more than 20 new routes from Spanish airports for the winter season

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Ryanair launches more than 20 new routes from Spanish airports for the winter season

Ryanair has scheduled 21 new routes for the winter season 2021-2022 from Spanish airports such as Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Seville, Alicante or the Canary Islands, with what it will offer in Spain more than 2,000 weekly flights to more than 500 destinations.

These are routes to destinations in Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy or Sweden, in Europe, as well as to Morocco, in North Africa, as well as a national connection between Seville and the north of Tenerife.

Barcelona It will have six new routes, to Bristol (England), Palermo (Italy), Tallinn (Estonia), Stockholm (Sweden) and Oujda and Rabat, in Morocco, the Irish low-cost airline reported on Tuesday in a statement.

In Madrid, Ryanair will launch two new routes, to Bristol (England) and Kaunas (Lithuania), while from Zaragoza, Alicante and Malaga, one to Bologna (Italy), Marraquech (Morocco) and London Gatwick, respectively.

From the sevillian airport, the company will operate four new routes in the winter season, to Frankfurt Hahn (Germany) and Tetouan and Oujda, in Morocco, in addition to the aforementioned national connection with the airport in the north of Tenerife.

In the Canary archipelago, Ryanair will offer new routes from Lanzarote, to Venice Treviso (Italy) and Bratislava (Slovakia); from Fuerteventura, to the German cities of Memmingen and Cologne, as well as to the French of Bordeaux, and from Gran Canaria, to the German international airport of Frankfurt.

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