Ryanair confirms flights to Bristol and other UK destinations and reaffirms its commitment to Reus
In joins news from Cork, Glasgow and Liverpool. For 2016 they are already secured nine routes, four more than this year.
A week ago Ryanair added three new routes from Reus Airport to it’s website for next year. Yesterday another important service reappeared on their web, Reus to Bristol (England) planned for the months of July, August and September 2016 with a frequency of two flights a week (Tuesday and Saturday).
The launch of the Bristol route joins the three known a few days ago to Glasgow (Prestwick) -two semanales- flights, semanales- flights Liverpool-two-three semanales- Cork flights. Sources consulted by the Diari not rule that may disclose some new route.
To date already confirmed nine flights for next year, this exercise four year. All other routes, which had already been announced previously are: Frankfurt Hahn (Germany); Brussels Charleroi (Belgium); Dublin, Ireland); Eindhoven (Netherlands) and London (Stansted). With regard to domestic flight Reus Palma de Mallorca, which was canceled last May, there are no changes on the decision.
Beyond the resulting operational, it remembers that the strategic Taula de l’Aeroport de Reus has already announced that he worked for the intentions of the low cost carrier spend to increase its current offer when received more aircraft. Nor it can overlook that, for some time, reductions in flights by Ryanair were a constant since the Reus airport will have 19 routes a reality, on the other hand, it seems difficult to return someday. The consequences of the economic crisis and the landing of the Irish company to Barcelona-El Prat Airport are the main reasons.
The turnaround will also have a direct correlation to the number of passengers passing through the airport of Reus and in recent time had dropped incisively. The number of passengers at 30 September 2015 is the 629,894.
Eindhoven and London flights this winter
The Regional Airport of Reus began last winter season that will last for the next five or six months the week. So, for the coming months routes the Irish company will launch from the city will be in Eindhoven (Netherlands) and London (Stansted). The first has a frequency of two flights per week, Wednesday and Sunday, while the other has the same frequency but on Tuesdays and Saturdays.