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Ryanair officially opens Reus base
Ryanair, Europe's largest low fares airline, today (5 Nov) celebrated the opening of its 26th base, at Reus Airport, and the launch of new domestic routes which will link Reus with Santander, Seville, Santiago de Compostela and Palma de Mallorca (starting the 19th December) and a new international route to Paris (Beauvais).
Four of the new Reus routes will operate as daily services while the new Seville service will operate twice daily. Ryanair's five new routes will carry an additional 600,000 passengers through Reus Airport each year.
Ryanair's, Eddie Wilson said:
"Today is a very special day for Ryanair in Spain, as the opening of our new Reus base and our new routes significantly increase the capacity and routes offered by Ryanair at Reus. The demand for seats on these new routes has been remarkable and we are confident that these routes will continue to deliver high spending tourists to Reus.
Ryanair's guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharge will continue to grow passenger numbers in Spain as passengers save millions each year by choosing Ryanair over the high fares and fuel surcharges of Iberia. From today Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Seville, Paris and Palma de Mallorca will seem a little closer to Reus thanks to our daily flights and our commitment to deliver the lowest fares and no fuel surcharge on our Spanish domestic and international routes."
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