Ryanair launches winter schedule with flights from 30c
Ryanair today launched its winter schedule from Dublin, with a promotional tweet offering 3,000 seats to Copenhagen from just 30 cent... if booked by lunchtime.
The Dublin 2015 winter schedule contains 63 routes, including new direct flights to Copenhagen (daily from March 18) and Lublin in Poland.
The airline plans to operate 580 weekly flights from Dublin (up 5pc on last year), bringing more than 1.2 million new customers over the winter period.
Other new additions include the extension of its Venice Treviso summer routes to year-round services, and increased frequencies on routes to Alicante, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, London Gatwick and Madrid.
Within moments of announcing the schedule, Ryanair tweeted an offer of 3,000 flights from Dublin to Copenhagen from just 30c (below).
The flights are available for booking before 13.15 GMT today (Thursday, February 12), and for travel between March 18 and May 21.
The '30 cent' figure is a play on the airline's 30th anniversary, which it celebrates this year.
Ryanair is the first Irish airline to launch its winter 2015 schedule, some five months earlier than last year. Launching schedules early gives better visibility to passengers, industry and shareholders, it has said.
The airline has also released 100,000 seats on its Copenhagen & Lublin routes from €19.99 for travel in March and April. These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Monday (February 16).
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