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Ryanair announces 200 weekly Flights, 17 new routes for winter 2023

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As part of its Winter ’23 schedule, Ryanair, the largest and most affordable airline in Europe, announced 200 weekly flights and 17 new routes to/from Albania. Albania will join Ryanair’s network as the 37th nation, gaining immediate access to important inbound tourist markets like Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Sweden, and the UK. Additionally, Albanians who want to travel domestically or to see friends and family abroad will benefit from competitive fares and improved connectivity.

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Ryanair can help the Albanian government create revolutionary growth within the tourism sector, and these exciting new Winter routes are just the beginning of what they can do. Ryanair has repeatedly and effectively shown that countries need large, scale airlines like Ryanair to achieve capacity development in European economies that rely on tourism, such Spain, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, and Malta.

17 new routes – to destinations such as Brussels, Dusseldorf, London, Manchester, Milan, Paris, Prague, Rome and Stockholm and 200 flights per week. An estimated 700,000 passengers to/from Tirana (>1.5m p.a.) Over 1,000 local jobs.

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Ryanair is the only major airline that can deliver long-term meaningful growth in Europe, and has recently placed a record order for 300 brand-new B737-MAX-10 aircraft. By 2033, Ryanair will have grown to almost 800 aircraft. This Winter, Ryanair will start offering 200 weekly flights to/from Albania, giving tourists from Europe and Albania an unrivaled selection at the most affordable prices in Europe.

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