The Irish low cost airline unveiled its summer routes from Málaga for 2016 last Tuesday. There will be seven new destinations next year.
By summer, Ryanair is referring to the period between April and October, and during the next summer, the company will have a total of 52 destinations from Málaga. The new destinations are Copenhagen, Berlin, Hamburg, Newcastle, Rome and Warsaw.
In addition to the new destinations there will be increased frequency of services to London, Birmingham, Brussels, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Dublin, Edinburgh, Ibiza and Milan. Ryanair will then have 275 flights a week and daily service to Barcelona from Malaga.
To celebrate the launch of the new summer timetable, Ryanair now has 100,000 tickets within Europe to the price of €19.99. The price is available until midnight on Thursday (tonight).
The company has 74 bases with 1,600 aircrafts in the air every day, they have connections to 194 destinations in 31 countries. They have 300 new Boeing 737-800 aircrafts, and have ordered 283 more Boeing 737 aircrafts. In addition, they have an option to purchase an additional 100 Boeing 737 MAX 200. They have more than 9,500 employees.