Lufthansa’s new service to Frankfurt takes off from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, bringing the return of global connectivity for the city for the first time in over 10 years.
Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (01 April) celebrated the first flight on its new twice weekly Liverpool service to Copenhagen. Ryanair’s Liverpool summer schedule includes 34 routes in total, with three new routes to Corfu, Paphos and Copenhagen.
To mark the start of this new Liverpool route and the official launch of the summer season, Ryanair has released seats from Liverpool to Copenhagen at prices starting from just £14.99, for travel in March, April and May, which are only available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Friday (30th March).
Ryanair’s Alejandra Ruiz said:
“We’re pleased to officially launch our new daily service from Liverpool to Copenhagen. To celebrate the start of this new route, we are releasing seats on sale from £14.99, for travel in March, April and May, which are only available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Friday (30th March). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com now and avoid missing out.”
Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development:
“We are delighted to be launching a new scheduled service from Copenhagen, allowing passengers from across the North West region to travel to the Danish capital from the region’s Faster Easier Friendlier Airport. Additionally, the new route provides passengers from Denmark to come to the third most visited city in the UK, according to the recent Trip Advisor Annual Travellers choice awards, as well as the wider North West region.”
Image from left to right includes Eimear Ryan, Sales Marketing Executive, Ryanair, Paul Winfield Director of Aviation Development, LJLA, Kate Sherry, Director of Route Development, Ryanair.
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