Dublin Airport has welcomed Ryanair’s announcement that it is adding Copenhagen, Denmark and Lublin, Poland to its winter 2015 schedule.
Welcoming Ryanair’s announcement, Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said: “We are delighted that Ryanair continues to grow its route network from Dublin Airport. The new services as well as capacity increases on six existing routes provides even greater choice and flexibility for business and leisure passengers.”
Ryanair also announced that its existing Dublin-Venice Treviso summer service will now become year-round and that it will have additional winter capacity on services from Dublin to Alicante, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, London Gatwick and Madrid.
The new daily service to Copenhagen will start on March 18 while the new twice weekly service to Lublin will start in October.
The new Ryanair routes to Copenhagen and Lublin means that Dublin Airport will welcome a total of 17 new services this year.