Ryanair starts with nine new destinations from Eindhoven Airport this year. In the first half of 2017 this will include Aarhus (Denmark), Edinburgh (Scotland), Oradea (Romania), Rabat (Morocco) and Thessaloniki (Greece) as new destinations.
The same applies to Milan-Malpensa (Italy), Prague (Czech Republic), Tangier (Morocco) and Valencia (Spain).
In addition to the new routes, the Irish low-budget airline will fly more frequently to several European cities. That means five times a week to Madrid (Spain), six times a week to Manchester (England), three times a week to Marrakech (Morocco) and four times a week to Sofia (Bulgaria).
With the new routes, Ryanair now flies to 42 destinations from Eindhoven Airport. There can now be flown from Eindhoven to more than eighty destinations in total.
Translator: Cyril C