Ryanair Announce New Routes From Ireland West Airport

Three new Ryanair routes out of Ireland West Airport in Co. Mayo have been announced.

From next April new services will operate between the airport and Eindhoven in Holland, Kaunas in Lithuania and Prestwick in Glasgow.

It is expected that the new routes will see an extra 80,000 passengers using the Ireland West Airport in 2014.

Ryanair also announced that it expects to provide additional flights to London from the airport.


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