Ryanair announced largest summer schedule in its history from Madrid
Ryanair has announced this Tuesday its most extensive summer flight schedule from Madrid.
Ryanair will operate more than 785 weekly flights to and from Madrid in summer 2023 (+3% growth over the previous summer). This growth is a direct result of AENA’s extension of its traffic recovery incentive scheme next summer, which allows the airline to offer even more passenger traffic, increasing both inbound tourism and employment.
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As part of the announcement, Ryanair has confirmed major growth plans for its Digital Hub in Madrid, where it is recruiting 50 highly skilled people for exciting positions in its Travel Labs, its Digital Technology and Innovation Center. These new hires will play an important role in delivering cutting-edge projects and driving digital transformation for the airline as it grows to carry 225 million passengers by 2026.
“As Spain’s No. 1 airline, Ryanair is pleased to announce our largest ever summer flight schedule from Madrid for summer 2023, with 780 weekly flights to 58 destinations , including a new summer route to Liverpool,” said Ryanair’s Eddie Wilson.
“For Spanish customers/visitors wishing to book a summer break on one of Ryanair’s 58 routes to and from Madrid, we are today launching a special sale on seats from just €29.99 each way, which must be booked by midnight on Thursday 19 January,” added Wilson.
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