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At a fare of €41.98 in October, how could I not resist a short trip to Girona in Catalonia? I was accompanied by two friends. We decided that, as the trip was Saturday to Tuesday, we would manage with just a small backpack.
A new service for holidaymakers from the West of Ireland to Majorca in sunny Spain will commence on March 31, 2020, from Ireland West Airport with their newest airline partner Lauda.
A new service for holidaymakers from the west of Ireland to Majorca in sunny Spain will commence on March 31 2020 from Ireland West Airport with its newest airline partner Lauda. The new service will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays from March to the end of October, and provides further choice and sun holiday options for people living in the west, midlands, and northwest. Lauda is a 100 per cent owned subsidiary of Ryanair Holdings plc, a low-cost carrier based in Vienna in Austria and currently flying to 38 destinations across Europe.
Ireland West Airport has warmly welcomed the first scheduled service from Cologne in Germany via Ryanair which took place last week.
Ireland West Airport have announced that Ryanair will operate a new weekly service to Tenerife every Thursday during the forthcoming winter season.
Ryanair will operate a new weekly service to Tenerife every Thursday during the forthcoming winter season from Ireland West Airport it was announced today.
Ireland West Airport announced a major boost for the West of Ireland this week with the news that Ryanair will commence a new direct service from Cologne in Germany, starting in June next year.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
What a hidden secret is Bristol. I had skirted through it on the Severn Bridge heading to Cornwall over a decade ago, but it was only last month when I discovered what a true delight it is. Blessed with beautiful weather, this time I got to see a vibrant cosmopolitan city that is being referred to in the UK as Little London, because it mirrors the energy and demographic of the capital city.
Ireland West Airport this week welcomed the announcement of funding to the amount of €2.3m from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.