Ryanair have recently announced 5 new routes from Newcastle International Airport as part of their winter schedule. As of November 3rd, the new routes now available throughout the working week will include flights to destinations such as Wroclaw (on Sunday), Gdansk (on Monday), Tenerife and Warsaw taking off on Tuesday and finally, Lanzarote (Wednesday).. Alongside this announcement, it has also been revealed that a new direct route to Berlin has also been opened at Newcastle Airport.
Newcastle International Airport’s Aviation Development Manager, Leon McQuaid, was quoted on the significance of the new flights for outbound and inbound tourism from the region. He explained: “It’s great to see Ryanair continue to build its presence in the region and the start of these exciting new routes is excellent news for the North East travelling public.
“Poland is a vibrant country with a host of attractions on offer and we expect these flights to Gdansk, Warsaw and Wroclaw to be extremely popular.“Tenerife and Lanzarote are firm favourites for the North East travelling public and I am delighted that we can offer our passengers even more choice and availability from Newcastle Airport.“
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Lisa Buckley, Ryanair’s Sales and Marketing Executive, added: “We are pleased to launch our 5 new routes from Newcastle to Gdansk, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Warsaw and Wroclaw. Ryanair continues to grow at Newcastle, by offering the lowest fares and best choice of destinations.“
As of last year, Newcastle International Airport was the 10th busiest airport in the UK while also claiming second busiest in Northern England closely behind Manchester Airport, handling over 4.5 million passengers. Its busiest domestic and international routes being London Heathrow and Amsterdam.