Ryanair to add 3 aircraft and 7 routes at Alicante
Ryanair has announced that, from March 2010, it will base three new aircraft (nine in total) and open seven new routes (56 in total) at its Alicante base, an investment of more than $600 million at the airport.
The new routes, with their start dates and weekly frequencies in parentheses, will go to Altenburg (31 March, two), Krakow (30 March, three), Seville (31 March, four), Smaland-Vaxjo (1 April, two), Stockholm-Vasteras (2 April, two), Valladolid (1 April, three) and Venice Treviso (1 April, three) and there will be increased frequencies on nine other routes – to Billund, Brussels-Charleroi, Bremen, East Midlands, Glasgow-Prestwick, Gothenburg, Haugesund, Pisa and Stockholm-Skavsta.
Recently introduced routes to Eindhoven and Frankfurt (Hahn) will also continue to operate next summer.
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