March 3rd
2011

Ryanair connects again Malaga with France, Italy, Ireland and Denmark

The airline Ryanair resumes this month five of its seasonal connections between Malaga and various cities in France, Italy, Ireland and Denmark, for which it has launched an offer of a million places to nine Euros.

Concretely are returning to service routes to Marseille (France), Shannon (Ireland) and Aarhus (Denmark) and the Italian cities of Bologna and Milan from Malaga airport.

The head of Ryanair’s marketing and sales for Spain said that tourists can anticipate the summer with the resumption of these connections after the excellent results in previous seasons.

The low cost carrier has also indicated that soon will begin operating three new routes from Malaga airport, one of them to Sweden (Stockholm), one for Germany (Margdeburg Cochsted), and in the national context, to Ibiza (Balearic Islands).

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