Ryanair reaches 15 million passengers

Ryanair has transported 15 million passengers to and from Eindhoven Airport. The Irish discount airline company has also added a number of flights to its existing schedule.

The company will expand the coming winter season at the Eindhoven Airport. There will be flights three times a week to the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia.

Ryanair will also fly twice a week to Murcia and Palma de Mallorca this winter, each day to Alicante and Malaga, five times a week to Krakow and twice a week to Tenerife.

Ryanair has reached this milestone of 15 million passengers in 14 years. The company started in 2002 with flights to and from Eindhoven Airport. On an annual basis this amounts to about 2.2 million persons.

To celebrate this important milestone Ryanair will be selling flights from 19.99 euro. These seats are available until Monday.

Source: Studio040
Translator: Jennifer den Dekker

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