The Irish capital Dublin will be added to Ryanairs’ future network out of Copenhagen. The new route will start from March 18.
Ryanair announced in October last year plans to open a base in Copenhagen Airport with four aircraft to operate on initially 13 destinations.
From March 26. the Irish low-cost airline will fly to London Luton 2 x daily and once daily to Warsaw Modlin and Bergamo near Milan. From September it will be three times daily to London and twice daily to Bergamo at Milan.
From September 2. Ryanair will fly from Copenhagen to Madrid and Rome Ciampino once a day. And from Oct. 25 once a day to Brussels Charleroi and Stockholm Skavsta.