Ryanair announces its biggest ever London winter schedule from Stansted, Gatwick and Luton

Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs launching the airline's new London winter 2016 schedule

Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs launching the airline's new London winter 2016 schedule with cabin crew members Boglarka Reti and Ana Pacheco. Photo: Philip Hollis/Ryanair Picture by Philip Hollis - Credit: Archant

Airline Ryanair yesterday announced further additions to its London winter schedule from Stansted, Gatwick and Luton.

Its offer at Stansted from later this year will include three new routes, to Hamburg (twice daily) and Timisoara and Toulouse (both once daily), and winter services on two existing summer routes, Jerez and Sofia (both twice daily).

There will also be additional flights to existing winter destinations, including Alicante (10 a week), Bordeaux (five a week), Faro (once daily), Gran Canaria (six a week), Lanzarote (five a week), Malta (four a week), Nuremberg (twice daily), Seville (nine a week) and Valencia (once daily).

At Gatwick, there will be two new winter routes, to Alicante (six weekly) and Belfast (five daily), and additional flights to Dubline (eight daily).

And at Luton, Ryanair will add five new winter services, to Fuerteventura (twice a week), Gran Canaria (twice a week), Murcia (three a week), Tenerife (twice a week) and Vilnius (four a week) and add flights to Kaunas (daily).

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Unveiling the new schedule in London yesterday, Ryanair’s chief marketing officer, Kenny Jacobs said: “We are pleased to launch our London winter 2016 schedule, which includes five new routes to Alicante, Belfast, Hamburg, Timisoara and Toulouse, seven new winter services to Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Jerez, Murcia, Sofia, Tenerife and Vilnius, and more flights on 11 other routes, which will deliver 23.6million customers p.a. – almost 20% of our total annual traffic.”

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