Ryanair launches new Dublin-Copenhagen flights in winter schedule

Ryanair's winter schedule from Dublin has launched and includes a new direct flight from Dublin to Copenhagen and also to Lublin in Poland.


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The low-cost airline began with a 30c fare for the first 3,000 seat to Copenhagen, provided it was booked by lunchtime yesterday.

In all, the new schedule contains 63 routes, the Irish Independent reports, meaning it would operate 580 weekly flights from Dublin. This is a 5% increase on last year and translates into 1.2 million extra passengers in the winter period.

Ryanair has extended its Venice Treviso summer routes with extra flight on its routes to Barcelona, Beline, Alicante, London Gatwick, Madrid, Berlin and Budapest.

Rynair said it was launching its winter 2015 schedule five months ahead of previously to give passengers a better visibility of where they could fly.

It also put 100,000 seats to its new Copenhagen and Lublin routes from €19.99 for travel in March and April with booking available until Monday next.

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