Ryanair announces 11 new Winter 2018 routes from Edinburgh, but closes Glasgow base

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Glasgow base (one aircraft) to close in November

Aircraft and 5 routes move to Edinburgh

Dublin, Krakow & Wroclaw routes to Glasgow will continue

Ryanair announced that it will add 11 new Winter 18 routes to Edinburgh and will close its one aircraft Glasgow International base from November 2018.  One aircraft and 5 routes (Derry, Lisbon, Sofia, Riga and Berlin) will switch from Glasgow to Edinburgh Airport.

Ryanair’s Scottish Winter 2018 schedule will go on sale from today and includes the following highlights:

– Edinburgh: 45 routes including London Stansted & 11 new routes to Berlin, Derry, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Lisbon, Memmingen, Stockholm Skavsta, Riga, Seville, Sofia, & Tallinn

– Glasgow Prestwick: 8 routes to Alicante, Faro, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Malaga, Malta, Rzeszow & Tenerife South

– Glasgow International – 3 routes to Dublin (3 times daily), Krakow (2 weekly) & Wroclaw (2 weekly)

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

Ryanair regrets these cuts in the weaker Glasgow market where efforts to stimulate low fare demand are severely hampered by the continuing burden of APD.

As a result, we will transfer our Glasgow International based aircraft to Edinburgh in November where we will offer 11 new low fare routes (45 in total including London Stansted) and deliver over 3.5m passengers per annum at Edinburgh Airport.

To celebrate our Edinburgh expansion, we are releasing seats for sale from just £16.99 for travel until the end of May and available for booking until midnight Thurs 1 March. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Ryanair’s Glasgow International Summer 2018 schedule will operate as planned, which offers a total of 23 routes with low fares to sunshine destinations such as Alicante, Gran Canaria and Malaga.

27 Feb 2018

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