Ryanair adds four extra flights to Paris for Six Nations 2016
A ball hasn't been kicked at the Rugby World Cup, but Ryanair is already announcing its line-up for the 2016 Six Nations.
The airline today announced four extra flights between Dublin and Paris for Ireland's crunch match at the Stade de France on Saturday, February 13.
The flights depart on February 12 at 13:05 and 14:45, returning on February 14 at 12:25 and 18:50. Two further scheduled flights are available each day.
The Six Nations specials are on sale now on ryanair.com, with one-way fares available from €105 as we publish.
Ryanair flies to Paris Beauvais airport, where a shuttle service (€17 each way) takes an hour and 15 minutes to link from the terminals to Paris-Porte Maillot.
Let's hope Ireland travel as World Champions!
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