Ryanair launches Summer 2016 schedule from Newcastle
Ryanair, Europe’s No 1 airline, today (15 Oct) launched its Summer 2016 Newcastle schedule with 2 new routes to Alicante and Malaga, which will deliver 270,000 customers p.a. and support 200* “on-site” jobs at Newcastle Airport.
Ryanair’s Summer 2016 Newcastle schedule will deliver:
- 2 new routes: Alicante (5 x weekly) and Malaga (4 x weekly)
- 3 routes in total (Dublin - 9 x weekly)
- 18 weekly flights
- 270,000 customers p.a. (100% growth S16)
- 200* “on-site” jobs p.a.
UK consumers and visitors can choose from Ryanair’s 3 low fare Newcastle routes in S16 and can look forward to further improvements, as Ryanair continues its “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes new bases, a new personalised website, new app, new cabin interiors, new crew uniforms and improved inflight menus.
Summer 2016 Newcastle Growth
5 x weekly
4 x weekly
9 x weekly
In Newcastle, Ryanair’s Deputy Director of Route Development, Kate Sherry said: “Ryanair is pleased to launch our Summer 2016 Newcastle schedule, with 2 new routes to Alicante and Malaga as well as a route to Dublin, which will deliver over 270,000 customers p.a. (an extra 110,000) and support 200 'on-site' jobs at Newcastle Airport.
"Our customers can look forward to further improvements in the coming months, including our ground breaking personalised website, with exciting new digital features such as ‘hold the fare’ and real customer destination reviews, and improved menus, new cabin crew uniforms and new cabin interiors on board, with more to come in Year 3, as we continue to offer so much more than just lowest fares."
"To celebrate the launch of our Newcastle summer 2016 schedule, we are releasing 100,000 seats for sale across our European network at fares starting from just £17.99, which are available for booking until midnight Sunday (18 Oct). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
*ACI research confirms up to 750 ‘on-site’ jobs are sustained at international airports for every 1m passengers.