Ryanair is to debut its first five Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at London Stansted Airport this summer revealing the news after launching its London 2019 winter schedule.
The Irish low-cost carrier said the Boeing 737 MAX is a “Gamechanger” with more legroom and bright new interiors. It will replace its 737-800s and it currently has 135 on order.
Ryanair will operate 154 routes in total over the winter from Stansted, London Luton Airport, London Southend Airport and Gatwick Airport.
This includes two new routes from Luton to Krakow and from Southend to Venice Treviso, which it said will help deliver 26 million customers per annum Ryanair’s four London bases this year, as it grows its traffic by five per cent.
From Stansted it will operate 118 routes with more flights on 24 existing links, and Ryanair said it will fly 21.5 million passengers.
Via Luton it will run 21 routes flying 2.2 million people, from Southend it will service 11 routes delivering one million passengers and from Gatwick it will operate four routes and 1.3 million passengers.