Ryanair will cease all operations in Northern Ireland.
Ryanair is to stop all flights from both Belfast international airport and Belfast City airport,in a further blow to connectivity between Northern Ireland and the rest of Europe. It will stop its flights from Belfast international to six destinations – Alicante, Málaga, Kraków, Gdansk, Warsaw and Milan – by 30 October. And it will withdraw eight services from City airport – to Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Ibiza, Mallorca, Málaga, Milan and Valencia – on 12 September. a further blow to connectivity between Northern Ireland and the rest of Europe.
Ryanair has announced that it will launch six new routes from Barcelona’s El Prat airport for the next winter season. The company will connect the Catalan capital with direct flights to the Moroccan cities of Rabat andOujda, in routes running twice a week. The carrier will also make journeys to Bristol in England, four times a week, Palermo in Italy two times a week, Tallinn in Estonia two times a week, andStockholm in Sweden three times a week. Additionally, the Irish airline announced 21 new routes from some Spanish airports such as Madrid, Seville and Lanzarote, among others.