Dublin Airport welcomes Ryanair’s new year-round, double daily service to Munich.
The new service is Ryanair’s seventh destination in Germany from Dublin Airport.
“Ryanair is a very important customer and we are delighted to see its route network go from strength to strength,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison, commenting on the launch of the new service today.
“Munich is a very popular destination and this new double daily service will provide greater choice and flexibility for customers travelling between the two cities. Ryanair is flying to 69 destinations from Dublin Airport this winter so there are plenty of travel options to choose from,” he added.
Commenting on the new route Ryanair’s Sales and Marketing Executive Johannes Roemer said “We’re delighted to launch a new twice daily service to Munich, which is our seventh German route from Dublin Airport. This winter we’ll have 69 destinations from Dublin including our new services to Munich, Stuttgart and Naples.”
Ryanair will add the German city of Stuttgart to its route network from Dublin later this month. The airline will also operate new summer services to Paphos in Cyprus and Marrakech in Morocco in 2018.
More than 25.3 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first ten months of the year, which is a 6% increase on the same period in 2016.
Dublin Airport welcomed an additional 1.4 million passengers between January and October and now has direct flights to over 180 destinations in 41 countries.
Pictured: Dublin Airport’s Vincent Harrison and Ryanair’s Johannes Roemer with passengers Alyse Krage and Alicia Oliver, from California, at the launch of the new Munich route.
6 November 2017