Ryanair: “We’ll Take Another 10 Planes, Please.”

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photograph courtesy of Daugirdas
photograph courtesy of Daugirdas

Today’s BreakingTravelNews.com reports that Ryanair‘s continued pursuit of cheap flight domination has taken another large leap forward.

In the next two months, Ryanair will take possession of an additional 10 planes, planes that in turn will allow the airline to fly 50 new routes. Sweeeeeeet.

But what will this mean for you, fellow Cheapos? Look for expanded services (and ever better deals) from existing bases at Spain’s Barcelona Girona, the UK’s East Midlands and London Stansted, along with the launch of Ryanair’s second German base in Bremen. To which we can only say: Phantastisch!

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Pete Meyers

About the author: An Ohio native, Pete Meyers was bred on family road trips and the Beach Boys. When not working at EuroCheapo HQ in NYC, Pete likes to be found eating bouillabaisse anywhere in the south of France.

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  1. I feel that I have benefited enormously with the expansion of Ryanair. In February 2000 we flew to Rome from Edinburgh via Frankfurt, at a cost of £200 per person. It took a whole day each way with an unpleasant stopover in a very crowded and smokey Frankfurt airport. In November 2004 we took a direct flight from Glasgow Prestwick to Rome at a cost of £30 per person.


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