Ryanair announce 4 new Winter destinations from LJLA

Ryanair have demonstrated their latest commitment to Liverpool John Lennon Airport by announcing four more new routes from the Airport for Winter 2021/22.

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Ryanair have demonstrated their latest commitment to Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) by announcing four more new routes from the Airport for Winter 2021/22.

From the end of October 2021, the airline will operate new twice weekly services to Milan Bergamo in Italy, Paris Beauvais in France, Tallinn in Estonia and Sibiu in Romania and this further commitment to Liverpool follows Ryanair’s announcement earlier this year of new Winter season flights to Stockholm Arlanda.

Paul Winfield, Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s Director of Aviation Development commented, “These new routes demonstrate Ryanair’s commitment to Liverpool and to passengers from across the North West and North Wales, who can take advantage of the convenience of flying from Liverpool to a growing range of destinations over the coming months, as we continue to recover from the covid pandemic.

We’re delighted to see that Ryanair are capitalising on the opportunities available from Liverpool and further growing their business here. These destinations give travellers the opportunity to travel from Liverpool to a mix of great destinations for leisure and perhaps to see friends and family that they may not have seen for months due to previous travel restrictions and a lack of direct flights.”

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