Ryanair adds 14 extra weekly flights to Faro

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 at Bristol Airport (Image: UK Aviation Media)
Ryanair Boeing 737-800 at Bristol Airport (Image: UK Aviation Media)

Irish budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) is adding 14 extra weekly flights from UK airports to Faro following the UK Governments decision to put Portugal back on the Coronavirus safe list.

The move will make it easier for British holiday makers to travel to the Algarve without the need to quarantine on return to the UK.

The Extra Flights are:

UK AirportFlights Per Week (Increase)
Bournemouth4 (+1)
Bristol6 (+1)
Cardiff3 (+1)
Edinburgh4 (+1)
East Midlands Airport8 (+1)
Glasgow Prestwick4 (+1)
Liverpool6 (+1)
London  Southend3 (+1)
Luton5 (+1)
Manchester13 (+2)
Newcastle4 (+2)
Stansted15 (+1)
Faro street (Image: Nick Harding)
Faro street (Image: Aviation Media Agency)

Ryanair’s Dara Brady said: Ryanair is thrilled to strengthen the connection between the UK and sunny Faro over the coming weeks with 14 additional flights per week from 12 UK airports – making it easier than ever for UK holidaymakers to book that long-awaited trip in the sun.

Ryanair is celebrating the extra flights by offering seats starting at £19.99 one-way for bookings made by 27th August.

The fights are available at ryanair.com

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