New Corfu base (No. 75) with 11 new routes as Ryanair doubles traffic



Ryanair today (14 Oct) announced it will open a new base at Corfu (No. 75), from April 2016, with 1 based aircraft (an investment of $100m), 11 new routes to Birmingham, Bratislava, Budapest, Cologne, Rome, Katowice, Poznan, Pisa, Rzeszow, Venice and Warsaw and more flights to Brussels Charleroi, East Midlands, London Stansted & Milan Bergamo, which will deliver 300,000 customers p.a. and support 225* “on-site” jobs, as Ryanair doubles its Corfu traffic.

From April, Ryanair will open a base in Corfu and deliver:

  • 1 based aircraft ($100m)
  • 11 new routes
  • 21 routes in total
  • More flights to Brussels (1 to 2 weekly), East Midlands (1 to 2), London S (4 to 5) & Milan B (4 to 5)
  • 300,000 customers p.a. (+150,000)
  • 225* “on site” jobs p.a.

11 New Corfu Summer 2016 Routes

Routes Frequencies
Birmingham 2 x weekly
Bratislava 1 x weekly
Budapest 1 x weekly
Cologne 2 x weekly
Rome Fiumicino 2 x weekly
Katowice 1 x weekly
Poznan 1 x weekly
Pisa 2 x weekly
Rzeszow 1 x weekly
Venice Treviso 2 x weekly
Warsaw Modlin 1 x weekly

In Corfu, Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce that we will open a new Corfu base from April, our fourth in Greece, with one aircraft and 21 routes, which will deliver 300,000 customers p.a. and support 225 jobs at Corfu Airport. Greece is a significant growth market for Ryanair, and we will continue to connect our Greek airports with Europe’s major cities such as Brussels London and Milan, making Ryanair the ideal choice for business and leisure customers.

To celebrate our new Corfu base we are releasing seats for sale at prices starting from just €29.99 for travel from April and May, which must be booked by Friday (16 Oct). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto and avoid missing out.”

14 Oct 2015


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