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Ryanair announces 4 additional routes for New Belfast International Base.

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Ryanair, the UK’s no.1 & most reliable airline, announced 4 additional routes for its comeback to Belfast International Airport for Summer’23. The return to Belfast International will consist of 16 total routes incl. these 4 newly announced routes to Budapest, Cardiff, Mallorca, and Valencia. Ryanair will operate over 140 weekly flights to/from Belfast International with 2 based aircraft from the beginning of the Summer’23 season, driving invaluable inbound tourism to Belfast and offering its Northern-Ireland customers unbeatable choice and the lowest fares when booking their summer getaways.

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Ryanair has driven the post-pandemic recovery of tourism across Europe, proving to be the most reliable airline in the UK with the fewest number of cancellations over a difficult summer’22 with ATC strikes and staff shortages across the industry. If the UK is to continue its recovery the Government needs to show support for growth by scrapping the aviation tax (APD) entirely for all flights. Whilst a benefit to domestic travel, a 50% cut on domestic flights only from April’23 is not enough.

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With 16 total routes to choose from for Summer’23, Belfast International customers and visitors can plan ahead and book a well-deserved getaway, on the lowest possible fares. To celebrate these 4 additional routes Ryanair will operate upon its return to Belfast International, the airline has launched a seat sale with fares available from just £29.99.

Ryanair announce 4 additional routes at new base at Belfast International for Summer’23 to the exciting destinations of Budapest, Cardiff, Mallorca, and Valencia. It will operate 16 total routes and 2 based aircraft representing an investment of $200m and the creation of over 800 direct/indirect jobs at Belfast International.

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