Ryanair today launched its Ireland Summer 2019 schedule, adding 15 new destinations and bringing its total Irish routes to over 150.
The 9 nine new Dublin connections will be Gothenburg, Sweden; Bordeaux, France; Bournemouth and London Southend, England; Cagliari, Italy; Frankfurt, Germany; Lourdes, France; Thessaloniki, Greece; and Luxembourg.
Cork will welcome 5 new destinations: Budapest, Hungry; London Luton, England; Naples, Italy; Poznań, Poland; and Malta.
Shannon will introduce a route to Ibiza.
The airline said it will deliver 16.4 million customers per annum through Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock and Shannon airports, as it grows its Irish traffic by 3%.
Commmenting on the new schedule, Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison said “Ryanair is an important customer and we are delighted to see further expansion on its route network from Dublin Airport for next summer. The addition of these new services means that Ryanair is now connected to more than 100 destinations from Dublin Airport, offering more choice and flexibility for customers."