Ryanair to launch Majorca flights

15 December 2011 09:07

Ryanair is to open new flight routes from Majorca and Ibiza in 2012

Ryanair is to open new flight routes from Majorca and Ibiza in 2012

Budget carrier Ryanair has announced that new flight routes from the Balearic islands of Majorca and Ibiza will be opened next year.

The airline's plans to expand its operations in the two Spanish islands were revealed by Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, during a press conference in Palma.

Between March 25 and 27, the no-frills airline will be opening 22 new flight routes from Ibiza, while 21 new routes will be operated from Palma, according to its website.

Passengers, who are expected to have taken out a comprehensive travel insurance policy before embarking on a journey, can make use of new Ryanair services from Edinburgh, Birmingham, Dublin, Manchester, Bristol, East Midlands, Liverpool, Bournemouth, Leeds/Bradford, Prestwick and Shannon.

Currently, Ryanair does not have a base at Majorca's airport, with flights operated from Madrid, Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia, Girona, Gran Canaria, Seville, Lanzarote and Tenerife.

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