Ryanair has announced seven new routes going from Cork and Dublin
We're already thinking about next year's holidays.
Summer has just ended but that doesn't stop us dreaming about a few upcoming trips. If you're like us and already thinking about summer 2020 then we have some good news - Ryanair has just announced seven new routes leaving from Cork and Dublin airports.
Four new routes have been added to the Dublin rota - Marseille (five trips per week), Palanga (three trips per week), Podgorica (three trips per week) and Verona (also three trips per week).
Routes to Billund (two weekly) and Toulouse (daily) will start in the summer.
Meanwhile, Cork airport will see a new route of Katowice being added in with two flights per week and increased flights on routes to Malaga (six per week) and Palma (four per week) have also been added.
According to the Irish Mirror, Kenny Jacobs of Ryanair said:
"We're delighted to bring the lowest emissions and fares to Ireland with our Summer schedule 2020, with 4 new Dublin routes to Marseille, Palanga, Podgorica and Verona, and 160 routes in total, which will deliver 17.2 million customers p.a. and support over 12,900 jobs at Dublin, Shannon, Cork, Knock and Kerry airports.
"Irish customers and visitors can now book low fare seats on 160 routes as far out as October 2020.
"To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from just €14.99 for for travel until the end of November 2019, which are available for booking until midnight Friday (27 Sept). "