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Ryanair’s new Murcia flights
17 January 2014 @ 00:58

WHILE CORVERA airport still remains a ghost project, San Javier continues to attract new flights with the latest being from the 'low cost' airline Ryanair, who have announced the opening of new routes from Murcia to Eindhoven and Barcelona, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura to Manchester for the next summer season. 

On March 30th, the airline will inaugurate daily flights between Barcelona and Manchester and between Gran Canaria and the English city, with two weekly departures. On April 1st, Fuerteventura starts flights to Manchester and one day later, they will start twice-weekly flights between Murcia and Eindhoven. 

Ryanair also expand the frequency of some of its flights from Girona Airport to Eindhoven and from airports in Ibiza, Lanzarote, Malaga and Tenerife South to Manchester. "To celebrate our new routes, Ryanair has launched a special bid for seats in the new routes announced from 27.99 euros flying from March to May 2014," said head of marketing and sales for Spain, Luis Fernández-Mellado. In recent months, Ryanair has made some improvements in customer relations and offerings including the ability to take onboard a second small handbag and offering lower prices for reprint your boarding pass at the airport at 15 euros. 

Meanwhile all industry eyes are watching the latest venture from Google and their latest ‘top-secret’ geared towards researching prices for airline routes online. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said, “Ryanair will be partnering with Google on a new travel price comparison service that will include ticket prices.”

Source: RTN

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bAudi said:
18 January 2014 @ 20:40

Now that's really very good news. Currently, we are considering buying a second home in the Murcia region and are living not too far from Eindhoven, so this is exactly what we were waiting for.
Murcia, here we come!! :-):-):-):-)

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