Dublin Airport gets its biggest ever Ryanair summer schedule
Ryanair has announced its biggest ever summer schedule for Dublin Airport for summer 2022.
In a statement on corporate.ryanair.com, Ryanair said its Dublin Airport summer 2022 schedule includes 120 destinations, 22 more than summer 2019, including Spain, Portugal, Italy, Sardinia, Sicily, the Greek Islands. , Croatia and France, and more than 900 weekly flights.
Investment and jobs
Ryanair has also said it will increase its investment, with the base of a 33rd aircraft at Dublin Airport in the summer of 2022, representing an additional investment of $100 million and bringing the company’s total investment airline at Dublin Airport at $3.3 billion.
Additionally, Ryanair said it would create 30 direct jobs through the base of an additional aircraft at Dublin Airport.
Ryanair CEO Statement
The statement announcing the above news posted on corportate.ryanair.com included a statement from Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson, saying: “We are pleased to announce our largest-ever flight schedule at the airport. from Dublin this summer. The extensive program will see Ryanair operate more than 900 weekly flights to over 120 destinations, giving inbound tourism a much-needed boost while offering Irish consumers the widest choice of great destinations this summer. »
DAA CEO Statements
In a statement also included in the statement announcing the above news posted on corporate.ryanair.com, as well as in a statement welcoming the above news posted on Dublin Airport’s website, the CEO of Dublin DAA Airport operator Dalton Philips said: Government funding announced in Budget 2022 has enabled daa to offer attractive additional incentives to our airline partners to rebuild international connectivity from Dublin Airport and this investment by Ryanair for the upcoming busy summer season is testament to that. »
In the statement welcoming the above news posted on the Dublin Airport website, Philips added: “Together we have a long journey ahead as we seek to reconnect Ireland to the rest of the world and fulfilling our role as an economic catalyst for the Irish economy in terms of trade, tourism and social connectivity, but today is a welcome new development in rebuilding our vast network of roads from the Dublin Airport.”
Statement from the Minister of State to the Ministry of Transport
The statement welcoming the above news posted on Dublin Airport’s website also included a statement from Minister of State for the Department for Transport Hildegarde Naughton, in which she said: “Government funding of £160m at our airports in recent months, of which over 97 million euros at Dublin Airport has enabled daa to offer attractive incentives to its airline partners and this announcement from Ryanair represents the fruits of this. and the growth of the route network out of Dublin Airport this summer is welcome news as we rebuild international connectivity blocked by the global pandemic.”
Statement from the CEO of Tourism Ireland
Additionally, Tourism Ireland Chief Executive Niall Gibbons said in the statement welcoming the above news posted on Dublin Airport’s website: “Today’s launch of Ryanair’s 2022 summer schedule at Dublin Airport is very good news for overseas tourism and another important step on the road to recovery for our sector. We warmly welcome the announcement of new services – including new flights from Nuremberg and from Nîmes. These new services are sure to help boost tourism from the important German and French markets. Tourism Ireland is committed to working with Dublin Airport, Ryanair and our other key partners, through cooperative marketing, to stimulate demand for flights to Ireland.
“As an island, the importance of convenient, direct and non-stop flights cannot be overstated – they are absolutely essential to the growth of inbound tourism. Today’s announcement by Ryanair and Dublin Airport is truly positive and bodes well for the return of growth in overseas tourism to Ireland in 2022 and beyond.”
Ryanair’s full summer 2022 timetable for Dublin Airport is as follows:
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