Ryanair today launched its Edinburgh Airport summer 2019 schedule adding 11 new routes and an additional aircraft – bringing the total to nine with 58 routes.
The low-cost carrier said it will help deliver 3.5 million customers per annum through the Scottish gateway next year and all services will be operated on its Boeing 737-800 fleet.
Ryanair will start two new routes to Billund (twice-weekly) and Luxembourg (three-weekly) and nine new summer routes – Berlin (six-weekly), Derry (five-weekly), Lisbon (twice-weekly), Memmingen (twice-weekly), Riga (once a week), Seville (twice weekly), Sofia (twice-weekly) Stockholm (twice-weekly) and Tallinn (twice-weekly).
On Tuesday (6 November), Ryanair also announced a new route from Malta to Amman, Jordan, its 62nd route from Malta, with a twice-weekly service commencing in April. It said will help deliver 3.1 million customers per annum through Malta Airport year, and grow traffic by 15 per cent, utilising six aircraft.
The carrier recently launched a new flight partnership with Air Malta, which will allow Ryanair.com’s 600 million annual visitors to book Air Malta flights on the Ryanair.com website. Customers can browse and book Air Malta flights on 21 routes from Malta to eight different countries across Africa, Asia and Europe, including Russia and Tunisia.