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Cork Airport just unveiled its biggest winter schedule yet for 2022/23, with over 1.1 million seats across 27 routes, served by five airlines.
This winter, Ryanair will have 20 routes to choose from ex Cork, with the airline launching two new routes with twice-weekly services to Rome’s Fiumicino Airport and Newcastle commencing at the end of October.
In addition, Ryanair has also extended several summer routes into the winter including twice-weekly services to Valencia, Milan, Venice and Faro. The airline will also operate services to the ever-popular sun destinations of Alicante (twice weekly), Malaga (three times weekly), Lanzarote (three times weekly), Tenerife (twice weekly) and Gran Canaria (weekly).
“The addition of two new, exciting destinations – Rome and Newcastle – complements the schedule by offering extensive choice and variety to passengers seeking a city break,” said Acting Managing Director at Cork Airport, Roy O’Driscoll, speaking at an event attended by Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton T.D.
“I’m confident that the extension of several summer routes right through the winter will also prove popular with passengers when booking a getaway to warmer climates this winter.”
City breaks and ski holidays
Ryanair connectivity to the UK will remain extremely strong over the course of the winter season, with daily services to London-Stansted, London-Gatwick, Edinburgh, and Manchester along with five-times weekly services to London-Luton, Liverpool and Birmingham.
Aer Lingus will operate a twice-weekly service to Lanzarote and will maintain essential connectivity to the major European hub airports of Amsterdam and London-Heathrow, with multiple daily services to Heathrow and a daily service to Amsterdam. In addition, Aer Lingus will also cater to passengers seeking a holiday on the ski slopes with services to Munich and Salzburg commencing in December.