RYANAIR is adding seven new routes from its three London airports this winter.
The budget airline will also add more flights to 30 other routes it operates from Stansted, Luton and Gatwick.
Accordingly The timesThe seven new routes include Belfast, Basel, Ouarzazate in Morocco, Poprad in Slovakia, Tirana, Treviso and Vigo.
Treviso is a northeastern city of Italy known for its historic palaces, pretty canals, and proximity to the Veneto Prosecco region.
Ouarzazate, on the other hand, is a city south of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco that is popular with Hollywood film studios as a filming destination due to its breathtaking scenery.
Alternatively, head to Poprad, Slovakia, which lies at the foot of the country’s High Tatras.
While flight prices remain significantly higher than before Corona, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary predicted that the cost of a plane ticket could soon fall.
He told the newspaper: “We had a double-digit increase in fares in the summer of 2022 and a single-digit increase this summer.”
“It can not go on like this. People are struggling and it will take its toll.”
“We may have to try to stimulate the market by lowering fares.”
While it was good news for those traveling from London today, O’Leary revealed he had to cut Ryanair’s winter schedule due to delays in the delivery of new Boeing 737 aircraft elsewhere.
It will reduce the number of aircraft to be based at several airports across Europe, including East Midlands Airport and Dublin Airport.
Three aircraft will be removed from those based at Charleroi Airport in Belgium, two from Dublin and five from Italian airports including Bergamo, Naples and Pisa.
There will also be aircraft reductions at East Midlands airports in the UK, Porto in Portugal and Cologne in Germany.