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About Ryanair Airlines

Ryanair Airlines fly from:
Aarhus, Aberdeen, Alghero (Sardinia), Almeria, Altenburg (Leipzig), Ancona, Bari, Bergerac, Berlin (Schonefeld), Biarritz, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bologna (Forli), Bournemouth, Bratislava (Vienna), Brindisi, Bristol, Brno, Brussels (Charleroi), Bydgoszcz, Carcassonne, Cardiff, Cork, Derry, Dinard, Doncaster (Sheffield), Dublin, Durham (Tees Vall), Düsseldorf (Weeze), East Midlands, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Esbjerg, Faro, Frankfurt (Hahn), Friedrichshafen, Gdañsk, Genoa, Girona (Barcelona), Glasgow (Prestwick), Gothenburg, Granada, Graz, Grenoble Lyon, Hamburg (Lübeck), Haugesund, Jerez, Karlsruhe-Baden, Kaunas, Kerry, Knock, Krakow, La Rochelle, Leeds Bradford, Limoges, Linz, Liverpool, Lodz, London (Gatwick), London (Luton), London (Stansted), Malaga, Malmo (Sturup), Manchester, Milan (Bergamo), Montpellier, Murcia (Alicante), Nantes (Brittany), Newcastle, Newquay, Nîmes, Oslo (Torp), Palermo, Paris (Beauvais), Pau (Pyrenees), Perpignan, Pescara, Pisa (Florence), Poitiers, Porto, Poznan, Reus (Barcelona), Riga, Rodez, Rome (Ciampino), Rzeszów, Salzburg, Santander, Santiago De Comp, Seville, Shannon, St. Etienne (Lyon), Stockholm, Stockholm, Szczecin, Tampere, Toulon, Tours Loire Valley, Trieste, Turin, Valencia, Valladolid, Venice (Treviso), Verona (Brescia), Wroclaw and Zaragoza (Pyrenees).

Ryanair was Europe’s original low fares airline and is they are still Europe’s largest low fares carrier. In the current year Ryanair will carry over 35m. passengers on 267 low fare routes across 21 European countries.

Ryanair have 12 European bases and a fleet of over 100 brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with firm orders for a further 125 new aircraft, which will be delivered over the coming years. These additional aircraft will allow Ryanair to double in size to over 70m. passengers p.a. by 2012.

Ryanair currently employs a team of 2,700 people, comprising over 25 different nationalities.

For further information on Ryanair Airlines visit the Ryanair website.

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