Italy, Portugal, France and Poland - Ryanair confirms four new flight routes from Bristol Airport

The airline has announced its largest ever schedule from Bristol Airport for summer 2023
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Ryanair has confirmed it will add four new routes to popular holiday destinations for passengers flying from Bristol Airport. In what will be its biggest-ever Bristol schedule, the budget airline will fly to four new exciting cities in Italy, France, Portugal and Poland next summer.

Travellers departing from the city’s airport will now be able to land in Venice, Marseille, Porto and Bydgoszcz. There will be an increased frequency for popular routes such as Dublin, Limoges, Milan and Palma with more than 290 scheduled weekly flights next summer. Flights to Bydgoszcz and Marseille will operate twice a week, flights to Porto three times a week and four flights a week to Venice.

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In total, the airline will provide 33 destinations from Bristol Airport as well as the addition of a 5th-based aircraft, representing a $500m investment in the city. Ryanair estimates this will also support 150 aviation jobs and 1,500 indirect jobs at Bristol Airport.

Dave Lees, Bristol Airport CEO, said: “We are delighted with Ryanair’s announcement increasing the 2023 flight programme to its largest ever schedule from Bristol Airport, this is a clear demonstration of confidence returning in the region for air travel.

“Expanding Ryanair’s route network and adding extra capacity to existing routes, gives customers in the South West easy and affordable access to air travel on an increasing number of destinations and flexibility of stay lengths, without the need to travel to other airports for their flights.”

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