Ryanair is to extend its route network into the Jordanian market from 27 March by flying from Paphos (Cyprus) to Amman four times a week using a Boeing 737-800.
The low-cost carrier will eventually fly 14 routes in total to Amman and Aqaba airports, as part of an expansion into the Middle East.
Starting with a route to Paphos (Cyprus) in March, Ryanair’s Amman operation will grow to 10 routes from October, as part of its winter schedule. Flights to Aqaba will commence in October with four routes, and operate for the winter season.
The airline will also operate 10 new routes to Amman as part of a year-long schedule from October including Bologna (two weekly), Brussels Zaventem (two), Bucharest (two), Budapest (two), Krakow (two), Milan Bergamo (three), Paphos (two), Prague (two), Vilnius (two) & Warsaw Modlin (two).
Ryanair’s Aqaba winter schedule includes four new routes including Athens (two weekly), Cologne (two), Rome Ciampino (two) and Sofia (two).
As part of the carrier’s winter schedule has also launched a new Luxembourg to Seville route which will run twice weekly, a new Bristol to Seville route which will run twice weekly and a twice weekly Edinburgh to Seville route.
On 17 January, Ryanair launched a new London Stansted route to Nantes, which is running four times a week.