Ryanair, the best-rated airline in the UK for affordability and dependability, has unveiled its largest-ever Birmingham Summer schedule for 2023, operating 42 routes, including 7 new routes for the season, including Girona and Pisa, as well as additional flights on 10 routes. Six Gamechanger aircraft total, representing a $600 million investment, have been added to the fleet at Birmingham.
With over 350 weekly flights, Ryanair will have its largest schedule at Birmingham ever in the summer of 23. This will give residents and visitors of Birmingham an unprecedented range of options to confidently plan their well-earned summer vacations at the most affordable prices.
While other airlines across the UK are cancelling flights, Ryanair is expanding and reaffirming its commitment to Birmingham by bringing its investment to $600M by adding a 6th aircraft to its based fleet for Summer’23. Ryanair will sustainably deliver more tourism to and from the region, supporting over 1,700 local jobs, thanks to the fleet’s new Boeing “Gamechanger” aircraft, which reduces fuel and CO2 emissions by 16% and noise levels by 40%.
Ryanair applauds the UK Government’s decision to cut the domestic APD by 50% starting in April 23, but this decision ignores the importance of reestablishing international connectivity, which is essential for the expansion of the UK’s economy and tourism. Ryanair requests that Prime Minister Sunak fully abolish APD for all travel right away. This move would not only support the UK’s island-based economy but would also promote tourism.
Ryanair is launching a special seat sale with fares starting at just £24.99 for travel between the first of April and the end of October, but reservations must be made by midnight on November 4 in order to take advantage of this record-breaking Birmingham Summer schedule.