Ryanair has launched its Irish winter 2019 schedule with 119 routes in total including two new routes from Dublin to Milan and from Knock to Tenerife.
The Irish low-cost carrier will serve the links with its Boeing 737 fleet, has also added 10 new winter services to connections such as Dublin to Kyiv and Cork to Malta.
Ryanair said it will deliver 17 million customers per annum and support 12,750 jobs at Dublin, Shannon, Cork, Knock and Kerry airports, and help it grow by six per cent in Ireland.
In Dublin, the airline will start a daily Milan Malpensa route along with six new winter services to Bordeaux (two-weekly), Bournemouth (four), Gothenburg (two), Kyiv (two), Pisa (two) and London Southend (two daily).
Ryanair will also operate more flights on three other routes to Cologne (daily), Lisbon (nine) and Malaga (11) and will run 82 routes from Dublin.
In Shannon, the airline will run 12 routes and fly 810,000 passengers per annum while in Cork it will operate four new winter services to Alicante (two weekly), Budapest (two), Malta (two) and Poznan (two) with 14 routes in total and two million customers per annum.
In Knock it will serve seven routes including one new connection to Tenerife (weekly) and 615,000 passengers per annum while in Kerry it will run four routes and fly 310,000 customers.