RyanAir: new routes from Bournemouth airport
RyanAir has renewed its commitment to Bournemouth airport, launching a new route to Krakow and three new winter services to Faro, Gran Canaria and Malta.
Seven routes in total are available now from Bournemouth to Europe via RyanAir and it is estimated that 450,000 customers each year will use the routes. The new services will also support more than 335 jobs, as Ryanair grows its Bournemouth traffic by 19 per cent.
RyanAir has served more than 20 million people coming in and out of Bournemouth since they set up shop with us 20 years ago. The Krakow service will run twice a week; ditto Faro and Malta; and there will be one service to Gran Canaria all winter for those in need of a little winter sun.
Bournemouth Airport’s Managing Director, Paul Knight, said: “[This] announcement is great news for Bournemouth Airport, our customers and our staff. We have built up a good working relationship with Ryanair over the past 20 years and we are delighted to see that they are marking this anniversary by extending their winter programme and adding a new route to Krakow.
“This means there will soon be even more destinations people can travel to from our airport and more people from across Europe will be visiting our great area.”
And while some budget airlines have been criticised in the press, RyanAir’s April figures show that it remains Europe’s premier airline in terms of customer service.
The figures show:
- 90% of over 57,000 flights in April arriving on-time
- Less than 2 complaints per 1,000 customers
- 1 bag complaint per 2,000 customers
- Over 99% of all complaints were answered within seven days
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