Ryanair today (18 Jan) announced that it has increased the number of airports that offer its Business Plus fast-track security service to 25, following the addition of Birmingham, Budapest, Brussels Zaventem, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Glasgow, Hamburg, Malaga, Rome Fiumicino, Stockholm Skavsta and Stuttgart, as Ryanair continues to improve its Business Plus service.
With Ryanair Business Plus, customers can enjoy:
- Free airport check-in
- Fares from €69.99
- Flexibility on ticket changes
- 20kg checked-in bag allowance
- Fast-track airport security at 25 airports across Europe
- Priority boarding
- Premium seats
- Free 2nd carry-on bag
Over 27% of Ryanair customers travel on business and Ryanair continues to connect Europe’s major business centres, offering customers the largest range of destinations at the lowest fares, with multiple daily flights, improved schedules and the best service. With fares starting from just €69.99, Ryanair Business Plus is available to book on the Ryanair.com website across the entire route network, with further information available at www.ryanair.com/ie/business-plus.
RYANAIR FAST-TRACK AIRPORTS
|Athens||Edinburgh NEW||Malaga NEW|
|Birmingham NEW||Frankfurt Hahn||Milan B|
|Budapest NEW||Glasgow NEW||Rome C|
|Brussels C||Hamburg NEW||Rome F NEW|
|Brussels Z NEW||Liverpool||Stockholm S NEW|
|Cologne||London Gatwick||Stuttgart NEW|
|Dublin||London Stansted||Warsaw Modlin|
Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said:
“Ryanair is pleased to add another 11 airports offering fast-track as part of our Business Plus service, ensuring business travellers enjoy a swifter airport journey, while saving time and money. Fast Track is now available at 25 airports, making Ryanair an even smarter choice for European businesses, with free airport check-in, flexible ticket changes, a 20kg bag allowance, priority boarding and premium seating.
Business and corporate travellers continue to choose Ryanair for our low fares, industry-leading punctuality and the largest route network in Europe with even more business routes, connecting Europe’s major cities with additional flights and improved schedules, and ensuring great savings for businesses of all sizes.”