Ryanair launches 7 new routes from Toulouse, to a.o. Stansted and Brussels


Ryanair today (26 Jan) announced its first flights at Toulouse Blagnac (its 32nd French airport) with 7 routes to/from Berlin, Brussels, Fez, London, Madrid, Malta and Warsaw from November 2016, which will deliver 600,000 new customers p.a. and support 450* “on-site” jobs at Toulouse Airport.

Ryanair’s Toulouse operations will deliver:

  • 7 new routes: Madrid (2 x dly), Brussels (dly), London (dly), Berlin (4 pw), Fez (2 pw), Malta (2 x pw)                                  & Warsaw (2 x pw)
  • 38 weekly flights
  • 600,000 customers p.a.
  • 450* “on site” jobs p.a.

In Toulouse, Ryanair’s CCO David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce our first flights to/from Toulouse, our 32nd French airport, with 7 new routes to Berlin, Brussels, Fez, London, Madrid, Malta and Warsaw from November 2016 onwards, which will deliver 600,000 customers p.a. at Toulouse Airport and support 450 jobs.

Our low fare services will be ideal for both business and leisure customers and we look forward to growing routes, traffic and tourism in Toulouse in the coming months and years. Our customers can also look forward to new aircraft interiors, new uniforms and more new routes, under our “Always Getting Better” programme, as we continue to offer so much more than just the lowest fares.

To celebrate our new routes from Toulouse we are releasing over 100,000 seats on sale at prices from just €19.99 for travel in March, April and May, which must be booked by Thursday (28 Jan). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Jean-Michel Vernhes, President of Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac said:

“The arrival of Ryanair at Toulouse-Blagnac confirms the strategic orientations of our airport, which relies on the growth of low cost traffic. Ryanair is the heavyweight in the low cost sector which hitherto lacked in Toulouse, and its presence will strengthen the supply of low-cost leisure destinations in Europe. This is certainly good news for the people of Toulouse and the inhabitants of the new region, which will have an even wider offer to travel around Europe with direct flights.”

26 Jan 2016


  1. Ryanair did not specify it, but by Brussels, they mean “Brussels South Charleroi Airport”, not “Brussels Airport”


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