Ryanair launched its biggest ever summer schedule for Dublin Airport today, with new direct flights to Brussels-Zaventem, Cologne, Copenhagen and Glasgow International included.
The airline has also announced increased frequencies on 13 other routes, including five daily flights from Dublin to Manchester (from June).
The new schedule - 82 routes in total - will help deliver over 9.7 million customers to Dublin Airport annually, the airline says.
Ryanair is celebrating the launch with the release of 100,000 seats for sale across its European network, at prices from €19.99 for travel in April and May.
These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Monday (April 6)... although there are no sign of the 30c fares that saw some customers frustrated by a 'technical error' on its website after the recent launch of its winter schedule.
Ryanair's winter schedule, announced just weeks ago, will encompass 63 routes, including new direct flights to Copenhagen and Lublin in Poland.
"Dublin Airport is preparing for a busy summer season this year with 20 new routes/services due to start in the coming weeks as well as increased capacity and frequency on a number of routes," said its spokesperson, Siobhán O’Donnell.
"The airport will serve 167 destinations this year and will continue to work closely with Ryanair to progress further growth opportunities in 2015."