Ryanair Adds Destinations

In the week that arch competitor Aer Lingus commenced flights from its long-awaited Belfast hub - with routes to Barcelona, Amsterdam and Geneva heading up the new destinations from the Northern capital - Ryanair is launching new ones from its Republic bases.

The company has now announced three new routes out of Dublin and one from Cork.

From April 2008, the low fares airline will operate services from Dublin to Brest, Rodez and Tours in France.

The airline will also fly from Cork to Carcassonne three times a week from May to September starting next year.

See: Aer Lingus' Belfast Flights Take Off


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