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Ryanair to add five new destinations from Belgium


From next summer, the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will offer a total of 90 destinations from Belgium.

Brussels Airport will get three new destinations, and Charleroi Airport two, announced Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary at a press conference in Brussels, writes De Morgen.

The 90 routes to and from the two Belgian airports will serve 8.1 million passengers annually, according to Ryanair. From Brussels Airport, Ryanair will add Berlin (Germany), Bratislava (Slovakia) and Larnaca (Cyprus) to its network. From Charleroi, the company will add connections to Copenhagen (Denmark) and Verona (Italy).


There will also be additional flights to Barcelona, Dublin, Malaga and Rome from Brussels Airport, and to Edinburgh and Prague from Charleroi.

According to O’Leary, the number of passengers in and out of Charleroi continues to rise, while at Brussels Airport last year there was a slight decrease in the number of Ryanair passengers.

The company had expected faster growth at Belgium’s main airport, the chief executive admitted.


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