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Ryanair have today announced another new route from Liverpool with news that they are to commence flights to Stockholm for Winter 2021/22.

Twice weekly flights are due to start on 2nd November, departing on Saturdays and Tuesdays during the winter season to Stockholm Arlanda airport and this latest route will be a further addition to the list of European countries served direct from Liverpool.

This further commitment to Liverpool is Ryanair’s fifth new route to be announced from the Airport over the past six months with a new flight to the Greek island of Kos announced just two weeks ago.

Paul Winfield, Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s Director of Aviation Development commented, “International travel restrictions are set to be lifted shortly and throughout the pandemic we have continued to plan ahead with our airline partners, remaining confident that passengers will return to international travel over the coming weeks and months.

This latest news from Ryanair of their further commitment to Liverpool is more great news for travellers from across the region with a direct link from here to Sweden for the first time in many years.”

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