Ryanair will serve 18 Spanish cities from Dublin

The schedule for the summer season from its base in Dublin (DUB) has been announced by Ryanair, which will be the largest in its history at this airport and will exceed the levels offered in 2019.

It covers the operation in 18 cities in Spain, two more than in the previous season, and one more than before the pandemic. Thus, the Irish capital will be connected non-stop to Lanzarote, Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, ​​Fuerteventura, Girona, Ibiza, Almeria, Gran Canaria, Madrid, Menorca, Palma, Reus, Murcia, Santander, Seville, Tenerife and Valencia.

The ultra-low-cost carrier will operate 154 one-way flights between Dublin and Spain, with a capacity of 29,106 seats, according to Cirium. This is double 2020 levels and 1.3% higher than 2019.

Origin Destination Weekly flights
Dublin, Ireland Lanzarote, ES 12
Dublin, Ireland Malaga, ES 24
Dublin, Ireland Alicante, Spain 17
Dublin, Ireland Barcelona, ​​ES 18
Dublin, Ireland Fuerteventura, ES 3
Dublin, Ireland Girona, ES 5
Dublin, Ireland Ibiza, ES 4
Dublin, Ireland Almeria, ES 2
Dublin, Ireland Gran Canaria, ES 4
Dublin, Ireland Madrid, ES 14
Dublin, Ireland Menorca, ES 2
Dublin, Ireland Palma de Mallorca, ES 15
Dublin, Ireland Reus, ES 13
Dublin, Ireland Corvera, ES 5
Dublin, Ireland Santander, ES 2
Dublin, Ireland Seville, ES 3
Dublin, Ireland Tenerife-Reinasofia, ES seven
Dublin, Ireland Valencia, ES 4

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In total, Ryanair will offer from Dublin a network of 120 destinations and more than 900 weekly flights, with increased capacity to Greece, Croatia, France, Spain, Portugal and Italy.

According to the ultra-low-cost airline, the investment in the base will increase to 33 planes and an additional injection of 100 million dollars, creating around 30 additional jobs.

Ryanair’s investment in Dublin (DUB) is the result of the Dublin Airport Authority’s (DAA) recently launched traffic restoration programme. Unlike other airlines which are reducing their capacity due to their financial situation, Ryanair continues to increase its capacity, significantly reviving the airline industry, the company plans the delivery of 67 Boeing 737 – 8200 “Gamechanger” aircraft that emit less fuel and offer more seats.

“Together we have a long journey ahead of us as we seek to reconnect Ireland with the rest of the world and fulfill our role as a catalyst for the Irish economy in terms of trade, tourism and social connectivity,” said said Dalton Philips, CEO. of the DAA.

“Government funding of €160 million for our airports in recent months, including over €97 million for Dublin Airport, has enabled DAA to offer attractive incentives to its airlines and this announcement of Ryanair represents the fruits of this. The restoration and growth of the route network from Dublin Airport this summer is welcome news as we rebuild international connectivity blocked by the global pandemic,” said Hildegarde Naughton TD, Minister of State at the Department for Transport.