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Published on October 22nd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer

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Ireland West Airport Launches Bumper Winter Schedule

Ireland West Airport has launched its winter schedule, with 84 weekly flights to and from a host of cities in the UK and Europe. This winter, Ryanair will operate their largest ever winter schedule at Ireland West Airport, with 11 routes to choose from, including a new twice-weekly winter service to Birmingham. This winter will also see the continuation of the hugely popular weekly sun service to Malaga and also see Ryanair operate a twice-weekly service to Milan in Italy, offering consumers the option of a weekend city break whilst also providing fantastic access to some of the best skiing spots Europe has to offer. Access to the UK market will continue to be very strong this winter, with Ryanair operating services to Bristol, East-Midlands, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London (Luton & Stansted), and Manchester as well as their new service to Birmingham. In addition, Aer Lingus will continue to provide connectivity to South London with their service to London Gatwick. 

Commenting at the launch of the winter schedule, the Managing Director of Ireland West Airport, Joe Gilmore said, “On the back of a very busy summer season, where passenger numbers have returned to close to 2019 levels, we are delighted to see such a robust schedule of services launched this winter with our airline partners Aer Lingus and Ryanair. The summer was an extremely busy one for the airport and it was great to see such strong numbers traveling once again, as we recovered from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was particularly pleasing to see the significant increase in numbers using the airport from counties such as Galway, Donegal, Westmeath, Offaly, Cavan, and Monaghan as we welcomed thousands of new customers from these counties during the summer season, recognizing the ease of travel, cheap airport parking and general all round convenience of using the airport.”

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