Ryanair adds 12 extra flights for Euro 2016 after 'record demand'
Ryanair continues to expand its Euro 2016 flight schedule, with 12 extra flights from Dublin and Shannon now on sale.
Nine new flights from Dublin and two from Shannon will serve Paris, where Ireland play Sweden on June 13, the airline said.
One extra flight has been added for Brussels Charleroi, roughly 120km from Lille, where Ireland face Italy in their third Group E game on June 22.
Ryanair has now scheduled a total of 45 Euro 2016 specials for Irish fans, after what it termed "record demand" from supporters.
Going to press, one-way flights from Dublin to Paris Beauvais were available from €175.99 on June 11 and 12.
Flights from Shannon were available from €125.99 one-way.
Fares are cheapest for Ireland's final group game, with one-way fares from Dublin to Lille starting from €87.99 as we publish.
Meanwhile, Sunway is the latest tour operator to offer daytrips to Ireland's Group E games, with return prices from €459pp.
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