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In the run up to Christmas, Ryanair have announced the return of services to the popular Canary Island of Fuerteventura from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) for Summer 2010, bringing an early Christmas present for the region’s holidaymakers. Flights will operate twice a week and commence on 31st March 2010.

Ryanair will now serve four of the Canary Islands from Liverpool, with flights already available to Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.

This latest news follows last month’s announcement by Ryanair of two more aircraft to be based at JLA, with three additional routes from Liverpool to Rimini, Trapani and Lodz in Poland and Ryanair now offers a choice of 45 destinations from the Airport.

Robin Tudor, Head of PR for Peel Airports commented, “In the run up to Christmas, this is a nice early Christmas present for the Airport and further compliments Ryanair’s services to The Canaries.”

Ryanair’s Maria Macken, added, “Ryanair is delighted to announce a new route from Liverpool to Fuerteventura in the Canaries which is now on sale. Fuerteventura is a fantastic holiday destination, big on beaches, turquoise waters that offer an amazing variety of water sports and most importantly sunshine!”

“Ryanair currently operates routes from Liverpool to Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife which have proved hugely popular so we advise all holiday seekers to log onto http://www.ryanair.com/ and book their holiday to Fuerteventura with Europe’s most financially secure airline.”

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